Do you want to learn how to make an RV sewer hose holder?
Dealing with sewage in an RV can be messy. If you can get your sewer hose to run straight and at a downward angle, it at least begins to make things a bit easier for you.
A sewer hose holder will achieve this for you. It will also make packing and storing the hose easier, as well as protecting your hose from the elements making it last much longer.
The problem is that some shop bought sewer hose support systems can cost 100’s of dollars. But when you see what they are, it’s actually quite easy to build a DIY version and save a lot of money.
So before you go out and spend the money buying one off the shelf, take a look at some of the tutorial videos below that reveal and to make one yourself as well as some other rv sewer hose hacks.
How to Make an RV Sewer Hose Holder
The video above is the first video I found that shows you how to make your own sewer hose out of some easy to find and very cheap drain pipes you can buy at any hardware store.
This second video took the idea from the first video and made a few tweaks. He also gives you more in depth instructions on how to put the DIY sewer hose together. As well as how to attach it to the outside of your vehicle so you can drive around and your hose will be ready to clip off or back on as and when you need it.
If you are in the market for the sewer hose itself, don’t miss our in depth guide to buying the best RV sewer hose, we hope it will help make your buying decision easier – https://offgridspot.com/best-rv-sewer-hose/
See also : RV Underbelly Storage
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