The RVIA Show in Pomona, CA is in the books for another year. They had record attendance in spite of the record temperatures the first 3 days of the show. We were told it was 107 degrees inside the tent where the vendors were and I certainly would believe that. I did have excellent attendance at all of my seminars which people seem to enjoy. While not a lot of folks are living in an RV, there are lots who dream of doing that and many more others who love the time they spend traveling in their RV. Whether going on weekend trips, two week vacations, or a few months on the road, Rver’s love the lifestyle and everyone has a space and weight issue.
You may have noticed the past couple of weeks the title of the newsletter was different. I wanted to do a test to see which seemed to have the highest interest to our readers. Needless to say you can see by the title which received the most opens!
Tip of the Week: Anyone who has a washer/dryer or a combo in their RV has a front loading machine. We love our combo and I use it for everything but sheets, blankets and rugs.
I came across this article the other day and thought oh my, I had better check the gasket in mine. I do keep it wiped out but didn’t stop to think that the spots I couldn’t wipe out were mold! This is a great article on how to clean that gasket if it needs it. Thankfully mine didn’t smell and since I do keep it wiped out one application of 50/50 bleach and water did the trick. http://www.cleanandscentsible.com/2013/09/how-to-clean-your-washing-machine.html#_a5y_p=989528. And don’t forget if you are using
WashEZE 3-in-1 laundry sheets don’t forget to cut the sheets in thirds and put each in a lingerie bag before putting it in the washer. https://rvspacesavers.com/shop/index.php?route=product/product&path=35&product_id=91
Reader Tips: Danise writes…I recently bought a fresh turkey breast… a bit pricey initially, but good value for the number of meals the two of us got out of it… turkey dinner, hot turkey sandwiches, turkey gravy over mashed potatoes, and several cold turkey sandwiches. Now the bones are simmering on the stove for a pot of soup… The one item I wanted to share besides being able to get so much value out of the breast, is when simmering bones of any kind add some vinegar… I used about a 1/4 cut for this pot. The vinegar releases the calcium from the bones and the odor dissipates. More nutritious that way. What a great idea Danise. You made me hungry for turkey and all the trimmings!
And from Marilu…I swapped the water for a can of coconut milk and added water to make up the balance of the moisture when using my microwave Rice Cooker.. I usually useThai Kitchen coconut milk unsweetened. It is 13.66 ounce and I add enough water to give the liquid. Next time I will try sweetened. I usually use white rice but next time I am at the store I will pick up some brown rice and try that. We like brown rice too so it will be a good change. I read if you put in 1 teaspoon salt you will get more of a coconut flavor. Can’t wait to try it Marilu. I sure love that rice cooker and thanks to your tip I also use it to steam veggies.
Do you have a tip to share? Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I would love to include you tips as well.
New Product: We are so excited about this new product. With so much of the west in a drought situation, we discovered these new Instant-Off Water Saver products.
They replace the aerator, fit any standard faucet and include an adapter for a male or female faucet. The push rods come in different lengths and some have a constant water flow option if you need to leave the water on for a few minutes. They save a lot of water and also by using them, you aren’t cross contaminating if your hands are dirty.
- Reduces Water and Saves Costs by Eliminating Wasted Water at Faucets
- Reduces the Spread of Germs Caused by Touching Faucet Handles
- Replaces the Aerator on ANY Faucet
- Dual Threaded – Has Internal & External Threads
- Stops Drippy Faucets
- Pays for itself in 1-4 Months