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Improving Gertie

Lazy Daze builds the best Class C motorhomes on the market (don't take my word for it, ask the RV Consumer Group) and Gertie was certainly great the way I got her...but there's always room for improvement. These pages detail some of the modifications and upgrades I've made. Feel free to borrow any ideas that sound as if they might improve your rig!

To reduce download times and make it easier for you to find what you want, I've separated these tips into a number of categories. Just click on any picture to go to that topic...or scroll down and use the index.

Improving Gertie Exterior Cab Bedroom Bathroom Kitchen Lounge Storage


Adding an assist handle
Back-up video camera
Bathroom storage
Bedding, do-it-yourself
     pillow quilts
Bedroom, adding insulation
Boxes, big
Brightening up the interior
Bumper step
Carpet upgrade
     bathroom, removing
     kitchen, protecting
Clock/thermometer, bedroom
Clock, radio-controlled
Closet, pantry
Cooking, slow
Cupboards, kitchen
Curtains, bathroom
Drawers, organizing
Dual Lock fasteners
Fans, quieter
Floor, bathroom

Gas cap holder
Halogen lights
Insulation, bedroom
Jotto Desk, computer
Kitchen cupboards
Kitchen carpet, protecting
Labeling things
Lights, halogen
Locks at a glance
Pantry closet
Pepper spray
Pillow quilts
Privacy covering, window
Range hood
Rear-view video
Seatback organizer
Shelf space...upside down
Showerhead lever
Shower screen
Slow cooking with no energy

Stationery supplies
Sleep sacks, do-it-yourself
Storage: bathroom
     drawers, organizing
     kitchen cupboards
     pantry closet
     seatback organizer
     shelf space...upside down
     wall pockets
     wire shelves
Superlock fasteners
Toaster oven, compact
Wall pockets
Wardrobe lighting
Wardrobe drawers
Wastebasket brackets
Water pump access
Window, bathroom
Wire shelves

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