The journey of a thousand miles starts by defining your terms. Wait, that’s not how the saying goes, is it? Well, anyway, it is pretty important to understand all the basic ins and outs of a topic (or in this case a lifestyle) before you move forward with it.
The cold, cozy days of winter have passed and the warmer weather is quickly approaching! You’re probably itching to get out and enjoy the sunshine, but how do you prepare your RV to get back outside? Learn how to de-winterize your RV so you can hit the road with ease!
First off, we want you to know that you’ve made the right decision by choosing Unique Camping + Marine products! Not to toot our own horn too much, but we strive to craft the highest-quality products we can. Our products outperform any and all other holding tank products available today.
It’s a common question asked by RVers: can you dump your RV’s waste at home? The short answer is, yes, you can dump your RV’s waste at home, and there are several ways to do it. Indeed, many RVers have good reasons not to empty their tanks at dump stations, and if you’d rather do it yourself, we’re here to tell you how!
Misreading holding tank sensors and level monitors are notorious for being one of the most frustrating fixes within the RV community. At one point or another, you have most likely had first hand experience with this issue.
After a fun summer RVing in the great outdoors, your RV certainly deserves its long winter rest! But if you want your RV to come back next summer performing as well as it did this summer, it is critical that you properly winterize your RV.
Misreading black water holding tank sensors are notorious for being one of the most frustrating fixes within the RV community. We have written extensively about this topic and now it's time to use Unique Sensor Cleaner to restore your sensors!
Follow these simple steps to restore the sensors in your black tank to their original working condition using Unique Sensor Cleaner.
We hear from hundreds of RVers who have issues with misreading sensor gauges. In fact, this is a very common problem in RV holding tanks! Believe it or not, the cause of this problem, as well as the process for restoring your sensors, is different for black tanks and gray tanks.
Nothing ruins a camping trip in your RV more than nasty smells coming from your RV’s toilet! Whether your RV toilet smells when you hold down the flush peddle or you smell it constantly throughout your RV, awful odors in your RV can be frustrating, disgusting, embarrassing and even dangerous. Luckily, there is an easy solution to controlling RV toilet odor.
Unique Manufacturing and Marketing has been a leading manufacturer of holding tank treatments for over 20 years. Our flagship product, RV Digest-It, is the creative result of over two decades of research and development where we have selected the highest quality ingredients and created custom formulas that are truly the best all-around solution for solid waste digestion and odor reduction in your campers gray and black water holding tanks.
A stinky RV is arguably one of the most unpleasant aspects of living in an RV. Whether you full time in your camper or are a weekend warrior, it is VERY likely that you’ve dealt with holding tank odors at some point. Ideally odors aren’t an everyday issue for you, but if they are, this article is a must read. In this post we go over what often causes unpleasant smells and some of the best ways to effectively fight your stinky camper toilet.
If you’ve been RVing for any length of time, it’s likely that you’ve heard a whole lot about RV holding tank maintenance. In fact, we have been the source of many articles about how to properly care for your holding tanks! But there’s a topic that often gets pushed to the side when it comes to properly maintaining your tanks: how do you deal with dirty, contaminated fresh water and algae build-up in your fresh water holding tank?