Changes we have made to our Escape, including additional equipment we have purchased for our camping adventures. Thanks to all the creative owners on the Escape Forum for their great ideas.
Escape Modifications and Equipment Additions
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Mattress Ventilation and enclosure from Mattressinsider - Hypervent Aire-Flow allows air to circulate under the mattress, and / or seat cushions. The RV Mattress Encasement encloses the mattress and protects it. I shopped at this store and I think you will find products and information for your travel trailer. This company has many products for campers.
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Flop Over - Dinette Seat back Fix - Simply attach velcro strips to wall and seatback, see images
Springfield table mount
Range vent fan and light - (Company is no longer in business)
Additional storage under sink cabinets and under fridge
Purse Porch (shelf) we also have a small cabinet with four drawers, used when on extended trips.
Bathroom shelves -- added screws so they stay in place
Hanging pockets inside wardrobe cabinet and on cabinet doors, and bedroom walls
Television mounts - Our camper was ordered with an additional coax to front.
Exterior long range antenna - works better than the King Jack Antenna
Right angle power cords
Popup Power receptacle on kitchen counter
Led lights in overhead cabinets - use remote control
Led Lights in Closet and lower cabinets - turn on when doors are opened
Cargo nets in storage areas
Refrigeration cooling fans internally and externally to improve cooling. UPDATED
added Electronic fan control and two more fans
Aire-flow mattress pad from Mattressinsiders reduces moisture under bedding and increases air flow. Mattress enclosure from Mattressinsiders - protects the mattress, I prucased the Aire-Flow and a mattress encasement. I shopped at this store and I think you will find products and information for your travel trailer.
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Sand pads under stabilizers
Antenna Long Range
Grab bar with folding handle
Amber porch light
Rotated Jack 90 degrees to gain better clearance when lowering tailgate.
Rotating Flag with Led light
Clam Escape and Clam Traveler
Picnic Table Glove - covers 6' table top and bench seats
Coffee maker - using K-cups
Weather / Temperature station with outside sensor
Many clear storage containers, sized to fit storage locations
Outdoor seat/storage cabinet - we store the coffee maker and toaster when not in use
Tools - Typical Hand tools and fasteners
Ryobi Driver for stabilizers, Ryobi Hand Vacuum, Ryobi Air Inflator, Ryobi Flashlight
Use velcro strip centered on seat back and on wall behind seat back to prevent seat back from falling over.
Use industrial strength Velcro tape strips
For additional comfort, consider adding a foam piece placed at the bottom of seat back to create an angle. Item shown is for a pool cove, you could also use a pool noodle.
Foam piece added at bottom of seat back
Antenna with rotator and cable
Telescoping Mast (Flag pole)
I used a bed extender, flag pole mounts are available
Clamps to mount pole - 2" conduit clamps, bolts to mount clamps
PVC fittings to connect antenna to mast using a bolt
Tote to carry the antenna, rotator and cables, K-Mart
Coax jack to route antenna inside camper