RVers Are Loving This Secret Tip to Keep Items Secure

One of the most stressful aspects of camping is getting to and from the campsite safely. So we’ll look at a few ways to keep your items secure on travel days.

One Facebook user recently discovered museum putty and announced her elation with this find. Others chimed in about how wonderful this secret tip is and have been using putty for years. Let’s get into it!

When it’s time to pack up from the campsite or head out to the campsite, you want to ensure the items inside your RV are secured. If not, you could end up with a mess.

Why Do Items Need to Be Secured on RV Travel Days?

You also need to secure free-standing furniture on RV travel days. If you have dinette chairs, they could easily tip over and possibly break or damage another part of your RV.

Do I Need to Secure Furniture on RV Travel Days?

A Facebook user recently discovered museum putty and how effective it is at keeping counter items secure on RV travel days.

Facebook User Finds Out About Museum Putty

She wrote in a Grand Design group, “It has just been brought to my attention that you can use museum putty to secure objects inside your trailer while you are traveling and they WON’T MOVE??!!"

One person responded, “Yes, it works for things that sit on a counter. I’ve not been successful with hanging anything on a wall. We secure our coffee maker, a pull-out drawer, a cookie jar, a lamp, and flower arrangements.”

Many responders mentioned using Quakehold to secure their items. You can easily mold this product to fit most any type of item. It also works on most surfaces including vinyl, granite, and wood.

What Is Quakehold?

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