Clean Your Caravan Or Camper Trailer Water Tanks [Step By Step]

Clean Your Caravan Or Camper Trailer Water Tanks [Step By Step]

Clean Your Caravan Or Camper Trailer Water Tanks [Step By Step]

Dirty grubby foul tasting water in your caravan water tanks. Yes it’s horrible. How do you clean your caravan water tanks? I will explain how in easy to follow steps.

I have spent some time researching and testing and have come up with the following method to clean my caravan water tanks. It’s simple and it follows on from sound government safety guidelines*. Alrighty then, let’s get started!

  1. Drain tank water lines and taps
  2. Add a small amount of plain household bleach and refill your caravan water tanks
  3. Leave it to sit for a day
  4. Turn all of your caravan taps on and let them go until water runs clear. Drain your tanks
  5. Refill your tanks with clean water.
  6. Turn all of your caravan taps on and let them run for a minute.

Read on below for detailed step by step instructions to clean your caravan or camper trailer tanks as outlined above. It’s easy to do and it’s very cost effective.

Clean Caravan Water

Clean Caravan Water

1. Drain Tank Water Lines And Taps

Before you add in any cleaning products it’s a good idea to empty the water out of your tanks and taps. Two reasons to do this are.

  1. If your caravan tank water is infected with nasties then it makes sense to be cleaning the tank and not the water.
  2. Start with fresh water. Refilling your caravan water tanks gives a better chance of the cleaning chemicals you will be adding being able to mix well.
But I Keep My Caravan Water Tanks empty?

Give your water tanks a rinse out first if you keep your tanks supposedly “empty”. Why do I say supposedly? Ever had a look at where the drain plug is on your tanks and at the baffles in the bottom of your tanks? There’s no way you’ll ever get them completely empty without removing them and standing them on their end or side for a few hours.

Plain Bleach

Plain Bleach

2. Add A Small Amount Of Plain Household Bleach And Refill Your Caravan Water Tanks

What Do I Use As A Sanitiser In My Caravan Water Tanks?

Bleach is what’s recommended by Govt authorities to disinfect water tanks. The VIC Health Dept recommends you use 12.5 millilitres (mL) of liquid bleach (4% available chlorine) for every 100 litres (L) of tank capacity.
Bleach is cheap and effective as a disinfectant. It kills off many common bacteria such as salmonella, staphylococcus, streptococcus and E. coli. You can buy liquid household bleach at a supermarket or hardware store. Check the product has at least four per cent (4%) available chlorine and has no additives such as fragrances or detergents

How Much Bleach Do I Add To My Caravan Water Tanks?

Use the following table to work out how much bleach to add to your caravan water tanks to clean and sanitise them.

Tank CapacityQty Of BleachTank CapacityQty Of Bleach
50 Litres06.25 ml300 Litres37.50 ml
100 Litres12.50 ml350 Litres43.75 ml
150 Litres18.75 ml400 Litres50.00 ml
200 Litres25.00 ml450 Litres56.25 ml
250 Litres31.25 ml500 Litres62.50 ml
Other Cleaning Products Will Do The Same Job However They Cost A Lot More

If you have 200 litres water tanks here is the cost to use bleach compared to commercially prepared solutions. Remember that bleach will do the same job and bleach is what the government agencies recommend.

  • Milton Antibacterial Solution about $2.75
  • Camec Tank Clean about $15.00
  • Household bleach about $0.10
Refill Your Caravan Water Tanks

Fill the tanks up as much as possible. This will make sure that the cleaning solution is in contact with as much of the tank surface as you can. This will slosh the cleaning product around and make sure it’s fully mixed in.

Bonus Tip
If you find it hard to pour bleach into your caravan’s water filler then pour it in to the end of your filler hose. The water will push it through plus it’ll likely give it a swirl around inside the tank as it goes in. Plus it’ll even give the inside of your hose a clean!

Caravan Water Tanks

Caravan Water Tanks

3. Leave It To Sit For A Day

The times vary depending on what you read. One site says 15 minutes, another says 6 hours. According to the Department of Health and Human Services Victoria you should wait at least 24 hours after treating the water before using it. This allows for microorganisms to be destroyed.

In any case I recommend being cautious. Go with the longer version if different sources say different things. All you’ll lose is a little time. Waiting longer is a better option than the disinfectant not doing its job and you still getting sick.

Bonus Tip
Take your caravan for a drive during this time. Even though the tanks should be completely full there will likely be air pockets. Going for a drive will slosh the cleaning solution around and get to those pockets. It will also give the caravan water tank cleaning solution a chance to mix together again.

4. Turn All Of Your Caravan Taps On And Let Them Go Until Water Runs Clear. Drain Your Tanks

After you have waited for 24 hours it’s time to drain the water and flush your caravan water tanks. Everything I read suggests that the tanks should now be completely disinfected and the water should be safe to drink. Personally I would use this opportunity to drain the tanks and use the drained water to water the plants. Unless you live near a drought affected area where water is scarce. By emptying the tanks, any debris or dead germs will be removed. It will also help get rid of any bleach or chlorine taste that may hang around. Depending on the availability of water you might prefer to flush it another time to totally remove the taste.

B.E-S.T Water Filter

B.E-S.T Water Filter

5. Refill Your Tanks With Clean Water

After cleaning the caravan tanks it’s time to refill them with fresh water. Use the 24 hours you are waiting for the bleach to do it’s job of disinfecting your caravan water tank to get an inline water filter. If you don’t already have one you really should. The one to get is a B.E.S.T Inline Water Filter (cheap on eBay). We find them to be the best inline water filter to use while filling your tanks.

When Filling Your Water Tanks Why Use An Inline Water Filter?

The Problem
As a traveler, you can expect some big changes if you are used to town water or tank water at home. Some places have over-chlorinated water and others have under-chlorinated water, leaving you vulnerable to bacterial contamination. You may have access to town supplies as well as water from other sources. For example the caravan park in Forbes is supplied by chlorinated town water but if you travel a few kilometers out of town to the free camping area it is supplied by untreated channel water. There are many towns in Australia that are forced to shut down their water supply due to contamination. Alternatively you can take water from a rainwater tank or a creek. It might even be as simple as a change in the taste of the water that can upset your stomach.

The Solution
What is the Solution? A high temperature is set in your hot water to kill off bacteria, including legionella. Too often, I have heard RVers say that they “heat the hotwater just enough to take a shower”. Unless you are sure there are no bacteria in your hotwater system, let it run until it shuts off. The same thing happens when you lay your water hose on the ground and it becomes heated by the sun. This is the worst thing that can happen to the “domestic-style” filters. They are not meant to handle hot water. They breed bacteria more quickly, and the cheaper ones break down faster. With the B.E.S.T., this problem will be eradicated. Hot Water Systems NOT the B.E.S.T. !

Bonus Tip
Now is probably a great time to check your caravan plumbing lines, taps and fitting for leaks and repair or replace as necessary.

6. Turn All Of Your Caravan Taps On And Let Them Run For A Minute

Finally you want to flush out any taste of bleach or chlorine from your water lines and taps. Turn your taps on and let them run for a minute to give the lines and taps a good flushing.

Myths As To How To Clean Your Caravan Water Tanks

There are LOTS of crazy ideas on social media for ways to clean your water tanks that are complicated or just don’t work. Some of them are even downright stupid. A few even border on being dangerous.

  • Red Cordial – how is that supposed to work?
  • Vinegar – if it was the best method then government agencies would recommend it. Leave the vinegar for your chips!
  • BiCarbonate Soda – I’m no scientist so it might work, but how are you meant to get a box of dry powder in to your water tanks?

Clean Your Caravan Or Camper Trailer Water Tanks As Part Of Your regular Maintenance Schedule

When it comes to owning a caravan or camper trailer it’s really important to regularly maintain your gear. Keeping a regular maintenance schedule and tracking the completion of tasks is the best way to keep your rig in tip top condition. Things like regularly checking the tyres, water pipes and drains for leaks and checking batteries and safety equipment like smoke detectors.

A regular schedule will help you catch things early and prevent any small issues before they have a chance to become big ones. A big one that needs to happen regularly is cleaning asnd sanitising your caravan or camper trailer water tank.

Benefits of Cleaning Your Tanks

Whether you are on the road full time or take your caravan, RV or camper trailer out occasionally it’s important to clean and sanitize your caravan water tanks. You drink this water and if it becomes contaminated in any way it could have an effect on your health. When we regularly clean the caravan, RV or camper trailer fresh water tank and water lines it helps keeps us healthy and prevents illnesses.

How Often Should You Clean Your Caravan Water Tanks?

  • When it comes to cleaning your caravan water tank you should do it at least every six months.
  • If you are full-time on the road a six-month schedule works fine.
  • If you are an occasional camper when using your RV for camping trips you might want to consider a more regular RV maintenance schedule like every 3 months. What happens in the tank is mould, mildew, and bacteria can build up and water that sits in the tank for long periods becomes stale.
  • As you use the water in the tank the water level lowers and the areas not in the water build up moisture making it a perfect breeding ground. When you empty and fill it up over and over the water quality eventually can become less drinkable or have a bad taste even if you are using a water filter.

How Much Time Does It Take to Clean Your Tanks?

Cleaning your caravan fresh water water tank is a bit of a process. Allow about 24 hours to sanitize everything properly. You have to let the solution sit in the tank long enough to actually kill any bacteria and clean it out. This process can be done in about five to eight hours if you are in a hurry but for best results you need to allocate 24 hours.

Summary

I’ll admit it. I’ve been tricked in to buying and using Milton’s and Tank Clean in the past. It is pretty easy and cheap to clean your caravan’s water tanks. In the end bleach is what water scientists recommend (and it’s the cheapest solution).

* I’m in no way a health professional so I recommend you do your own research before following my step by step instructions to clean your caravan or camper trailer water tanks.

6 Steps To Clean Caravan Water Tanks

6 Steps To Clean Caravan Water Tanks

Ark XO 750 Jockey Wheel Fitted To Jayco All Terrain Caravan

Ark XO 750 Jockey Wheel Fitted To Jayco All Terrain Caravan

Ark XO 750 Jockey Wheel Fitted To Jayco All Terrain Caravan

I have fitted an Ark XO 750 jockey wheel to our new Jayco All Terrain 17.55-9.AT-MY22. It’s a massive improvement over the originally fitted jockey wheel. It’s the same process for other Jayco All Terrains.

We have had an Ark XO jockey wheel on a previous caravan and camper trailer and they are the best and toughest jockey wheels you can buy. We have dragged a heavy offroad caravan sideways with the Ark XO 750 jockey wheel on a gnarly track after getting stuck and it didn’t fail. The jockey wheel fitted to the Jayco All Terrain as purchased is honestly a bit of a joke. After paying nearly $70k for a caravan you’d expect a better jockey wheel. Particularly on a caravan that you are meant to be able to take up tough tracks and on iconic outback roads.

At some point if you are using your Jayco All Terrain pop top as it’s meant to be used you are going to have to skulldrag the thing on it’s jockey wheel. Well we are anyway! Fortunately everything else on our new Jayco All Terrain 17.55-9.AT-MY22 seems to be well made and of excellent design and quality.

Ark XO 750 Jockey Wheel Fitted To Jayco All Terrain

Ark XO 750 Jockey Wheel Fitted To Jayco All Terrain

Fitting Issues

Fitment is pretty straightforward. On a Jayco All Terrain there is plenty of room for the Ark XO 750. You need to fit it either side of the A-frame crossmember in order to make it fit. One issue I had was lining up the top left bolt between a couple of letters on the welded on VIN number.

Ark XO 750 Jockey Wheel Fit In This Section On Jayco All Terrain

Ark XO 750 Jockey Wheel Fit In This Section On Jayco All Terrain

The other issue I had was making sure I had room to turn the handle on the original jockey wheel mount so I could remove it. After a false start I and a bit of swearing I moved the mount about 10mm to the right and it worked. After removing the old red mount handle I fitted a shortened bolt in it’s place. I have left the original mount in place in case I ever need to fit a basic jockey wheel.

Ark XO 750 Jockey Wheel Fit In This Section On Jayco All Terrain

Ark XO 750 Jockey Wheel Being Fitted To A Jayco All-Terrain

Swing Away Jockey Wheel On A Jayco All Terrain

The adjustment allowed for by an Ark XO jockey wheel means it swings up and out of the way when not in use. It weighs about 16kg so you need to account for this with your tow ball weight. That being said, the removable jockey wheel is a good 6 or 7kg on it’s own. The original while not of the swing away variety I’d put in the toolbox on the drawbar when not in use or right towards the back of the ute.

Ark XO 750 Jockey Wheel Folded Up

Ark XO 750 Jockey Wheel Folded Up

About The Ark XO 750 Jockey Wheel

Heavy duty body with 750kg rating
• Increases load carrying capacity and eliminates the likelihood of “bend” under weight

Heavy duty swivel clamp
• 4 bolt pivot point ensures no more bowing under weight
• Suitable for 75mm, 100mm, 130mm and 150mm drawbars
• Comes with mounting hardware – no more welding on to drawbars

4 x adjustable height positions
• 250mm height adjustability at each of the 4 positions, whilst maintaining a central swivel point for extra strength

Dual wheels with sealed bearings & Off road tread
• 2 x 8″ Premium wheels
• Increases off road grip and spreads the load

Variable yoke lock
• Allows you to lock the yoke in 1 of 5 positions when the jockey wheel is stowed, to allow for clearance of stone guards, toolboxes, jerry can holders etc

Easy-pivot trailing yoke design
• Wheel pivots easily, even under heavy load or on soft ground

Magnetic, removable, side-winding handle
• Easier raising & lowering of trailers/caravans – away from stone guards, toolboxes or jerry can holders
• Magnetic, removable handle ensures safe stowage and prevents damage in offroad situations

Ark XO 750 Jockey Wheel Box

Ark XO 750 Jockey Wheel Box

13 Ways To Improve Efficiency Of A 3Way Fridge

13 Ways To Improve Efficiency Of A 3Way Fridge

13 Ways To Improve Efficiency Of A 3Way Fridge

You can do many simple things to improve efficiency of a 3way fridge and help it run better and colder during your holiday – particularly in hot weather.

About Caravan 3Way Fridges

There seems to be no end to Australia’s summertime temperature increases. In the summer months when a lot of us enjoy our caravanning adventures keeping the fridges cold is particularly important. Warm beer and ruined food are the last things we want to find after opening the door to your 3way fridge.

There’s no surprise that Caravan owners choose a 3-way fridge. They are the most convenient on the road since they can be powered by 12v while driving and 240v when available or LPG gas when free camping.

As well as being extremely efficient they are also very quiet. Perfect for enclosed spaces. In contrast to compressor refrigerators 3-way refrigerators are usually affected by the ambient temperature and are unable to cool to lower temperatures. Typically 3way fridges can cool to a certain temperature below the ambient temperature outside. Tropical rated threeway fridges can cool up to 30 degrees below ambient temperature while non tropical rated 3-way fridges can cool to about 20 degrees below ambient temperature.

13 Ways To Improve Efficiency Of A 3Way Fridge

1. Get A Tropical Rated 3 Way Fridge

Tropical rated 3 way fridges cool to about 30 degrees below ambient temperature – non tropical rated three way fridges only to cool to 20 degrees below ambient temperature

2. Shade The Fridge Vents On The Exterior Of The Caravan

Shade the fridge vents on the exterior of the caravan with shadecloth or a canvas awning. You can increase efficiency by up to 20% by keeping direct sunlight off the side of your caravan and away from the vents

3. In Hot Climates Install A 12v Computer Cooling External Vent Fan

In hot climates install a 12V computer cooling external vent fan behind the refrigerator. Hot air will be forced out cooling behind the 3way fridge and improving its efficiency.

4. Install An Internal Fridge Fan

Installing an internal fridge fan reduces frost build up to help your three way fridge cool evenly. It works by circulating the air inside your 3way fridge making sure the cool air gets to all areas.

5. Keep Your Caravan Level

By keeping your caravan level the gas will be absorbed better.

6. Pre Cool 3way Fridge Before Setting Off

Before heading off on a trip, turn the fridge on at home a couple of days using mains power or on gas so it can cool to a constant temperature before you leave. Putting some frozen bottles of water inside your 3-way fridge will greatly improve the initial cooling process.

7. Don’t Fill Your 3way Fridge With Warm Items

Don’t put warm food or drinks in your 3way fridge before heading off on your trip. Cool them in your home fridge first.

8. Clean Vents

Regularly clear the external vents of dust and debris to improve circulation.

9. Turn The Fridge Upside Down

Turn the fridge upside down – for a three way fridge to work the chemicals inside need to be mixed. If the fridge has sat still for a long time the chemicals inside the 3way fridge separate out and the fridge doesn’t work. The fridge needs to be shaken up and an easy way to do this is to remove the 3-way fridge and turn the fridge upside down and side to side.

10. Go For A Long Drive On A Bumpy Road

Go for a long drive on a bumpy road – for a three way fridge to work the chemicals inside need to be mixed. If the caravan jasn’t moved for a long time the chemicals inside the 3way fridge separate out and the fridge doesn’t work. A good long drive on a bumpy road will often fix it.

11. Check Your Gas Regulator

Make sure your gas regulator is in good working order – have it inspected and tested by a licenced gas fitter.

12. Door Seals

Check that your 3way fridges door is sealing correctly. If it isn’t then you can buy replacement 3way fridge door seal kits.

13. Maintenance

Regular maintenance on your 3-way fridge will always make it work better.

Conclusion

A 3way fridge is a simple and excellent choice for your caravan as long as you understand their limitations as to how far below ambient temperature they will work. Regular maintenance and correct installation will help them work to their peak performance level. If all else fails then you can always swap it out for a 12v compressor fridge.

Installing A Stone Stomper On Our Offroad Caravan

Installing A Stone Stomper On Our Offroad Caravan

Installing A Stone Stomper On Our Offroad Caravan

We do a lot off offroad and dirt road travel so we’ve installed an aussie made Stone Stomper® to protect our tow vehicle and offroad caravan. It’s a bit of an investment but in the long run we reckon it’ll be money well spent.

The Stone Stomper® protects your tow vehicle as well as the complete drawbar, gas bottles, gas and brake cables, coupling and the front of the van. The mesh isn’t made from crappy old shade cloth like a lot of el cheapo home made jobs, it’s made from one piece truck mesah that is manufactured by professional canvas makers. They make each order to custom fit your tow vehicle, tow hitch setup and carvan/camper trailer. All provided metal work is laser cut and electroplated for durability.

Stone Stomper Fitted To Nissan Navara NP300 Supreme Getaway

Stone Stomper Fitted To Nissan Navara NP300 And Supreme Getaway Offroad Caravan

Ordering Our Stone Stomper

I sent them an email and they got back to me quickly with an info pack outlining what measurements they needed to custom manufacture our Stone Stomper as well as questions about our tow vehicle and hitch. I took a photo of the van a frame from both front on and side on and took the measurements, made up a diagram and emailed it through to them. After ordering the Stone Stomper was delivered to us in under a week, this was in August 2020. They reckon it can take longer than this at times depanding upon demand which varies at different times of the year.

stone Stomper Drawbar Measurements

Stone Stomper Drawbar Measurements

Installing Our Stone Stomper

It took me less than 30 minutes to install The Stone Stomper®. Connecting and disconnecting takes us less than 10 seconds. The kit comes complete with everything you need to install it. I had to do drill a few holes and then use the provided tek screws to mount the mounting points on the van, I used some silicone underneath the bracket to prevent any water ever getting in.

Stone Stomper Mounting Bracket Installation

Stone Stomper Mounting Bracket Installation

I then wrapped the provided foam around potential rub points and cable tied it in place, it didn’t say to in the instuctions however I then wrapped the foam in insulation tape to make it look nice and neat. Finally I had to fit the rear bar section to the ute. We use a DO35 hitch so I ordered the correct bar section and flaps to suit.

Stone Stomper Foam Wrapping Potential Rub Points

Stone Stomper Foam Wrapping Potential Rub Points

Conclusion

We’ve already done a few offroad trips with the Stone Stomper installed and the sound of stones pinging in to the back of the ute has completely stopped. We should have installed one a few years ago!

Bushman 12v 130-X & VoltaX Lithium & Enerdrive DCDC

Bushman 12v 130-X & VoltaX Lithium & Enerdrive DCDC

Bushman 12v 130-X & VoltaX Lithium & Enerdrive DCDC

We have had a lot of issues with the old 3way fridge running on gas in hot weather not getting cold enough. We decided to ditch it in favour of a Bushman 12v 130-X fridge. We also installed a VoltaX 200AH lithium battery & an Enerdrive DCDC 40+ charger to run it. We also had a gas bayonet installed at the front of the van so we can run our BBQ directly without requiring an additional bottle.

Battery setup in front toolbox

Battery setup in front toolbox

  • 200ah Lithium and an Enerdrive DCDC charger – redid all of the wiring and fuse system
  • Everything is fused and cable is sized according to Enerdrive recommendations
  • New cable run inside van for both the fridge and the rooftop solar – 240w panels on roof
  • Added Anderson plug for external unregulated solar panels – we have a 300w Antem solar blanket so will have 540w total if needed
  • Had gas fitter do a new gas certificate after removal of gas line for fridge
  • Gas fitter installed a bayonet to the van for plugging in a BBQ
  • Gas fitter installed a new gas regulator

New Bushman 12v 130-X Fridge

New Bushman 12v 130-X Fridge

How Much Did It All Cost?

Well it wasn’t exactly a cheap exercise but it will be worth it to no have to put up with the temperamental old 3way fridge.

Bushman 130-X fridge$1495
Enerdrive DCDC charger$465
200ah Volta-X lithium battery$960
Fuses, cable, cable lugs and miscellaneous bits$250
New regulator and hoses$150
Gas fitter$350
Total Cost$3670

Conclusion

It took me about 2 full weekends to install it all. It works great and we are very happy with the result. Here’s to plenty of cold beers on this years National Muster!

Supreme Getaway New Hose and Regulator Setup

Supreme Getaway New Hose and Regulator Setup

Basic Caravan Toolkit You Should Carry In (2022)

Basic Caravan Toolkit You Should Carry In (2022)

Basic Caravan Toolkit You Should Carry In (2022)

It’s important to carry a decent assortment of tools and spare parts in your caravan or 4wd toolkit when you hit the road particularly if you plan on going to outback and remote areas. Even if you aren’t particularly handy someone might come along who is and can help you out.

What Tools Do We Carry In Our 4wd & Caravan toolkit?

Just a basic mechanics tool kit and anything specific to your vehicle or caravan or camper trailer will see you through most tasks. Any of the usual retail outlets will be able to set you up. For something in the range of $300 you will be able to source all of the basics. More specific tools in our caravan toolkit are things like custom spanners for adjusting suspension settings or for setting up your towing hitch or for basic adjustments and repairs to things like a chainsaw.

Basic Tool Kit For Caravan and 4WD

Our Basic Tool Kit For Caravan and 4WD

Spare Parts and Supplies

It’s great to carry a decent range of common items such as gaffa tape, electrical wire, electrical components like relays, fuses and cable crimps. Cable ties, WD40, strong wire and nuts and bolts all come in handy as do glues, adhesives and different kinds of silicones. We also have a spare set of wheel bearings for the caravan as well as wheel nuts for both the ute and the caravan. A puncture repair kit and a compressor are good things to have too.

Spares we carry specific to our vehicle are a top and bottom radiator hose and associated hoseclamps as well as a fanbelt and turbo hotpipe (known point of failure with our vehicle). We also have a diesel prefilter fitted so we have a replacement filter for it. We run a snorkel on our vehicle and have dust filters as spares for when we are in dusty conditions. After a trip we did a few years ago we now carry a few spare Anderson plugs as well as both male and female trailer plug connectors. The Planet Arabury Road is pretty hard on your gear!

Spare Parts and Supplies We Carry

Spare Parts and Supplies We Carry

OBD2 Diagnostic ScannerAn OBD2 Diagnostic Scanner is a Great Addition

When a modern, EFI vehicle isn’t running correctly, it can be difficult to diagnose the problem particularly if you are on your own and a long way from home. In a lot of cases it will let you know what is wrong with your vehicle and you might be able to come up with a quick fix. Sometimes the problem isn’t readily apparent but once you know what it is the light goes off in your head and you can work it out. It can also help you to determine what spare part you may need. Some of them also allow you to clear simple error codes.

Caravan Plumbing Spares

Caravans have a lot of pipework and a lot of joiners to link all of that pipework together and sometimes things can go wrong particularly if you do a lot of dirt road travel. Have a look underneath your van or camper trailer and in cupboards etc and make an inventory of all of the different fittings and types of hoses that are used and buy a couple of everything plus a few metres of the different hose types. It may seem like overkill but it won’t cost you very much and when you lose a t-piece from your water pump and you are 450km from a hardware store it will then seem like a bloody great idea! We’ve had a few bits that we have had to replace on the road and a lot of bits that we have helped out fellow travellers with. And if you use a bit don’t forget to replace it when you get back home.

Supreme Getaway Offroad Caravan Plumbing Spare Parts

Supreme Getaway Offroad Caravan Plumbing Spare Parts

Conclusion

We may not carry the absolute best toolkit or spares for every eventuality however we are more than covered for the basics that can be done with our knowledge and skillset. We are also able to offer assistance to others in need whenever and wherever it’s required. We could carry a lot more but we always have reducing the weight of our caravan and ute in the back of our minds.

Happy travelling!