We love camping but don’t love biting bugs. To keep them out of our Class B motorhome, we ordered Skreenz, tough-as-nails mesh insect screens for the side and back doors and cockpit windows. Made and assembled in the United States, Skreenz are vinyl-coated fiberglass and secured with long strips of sticky-backed hook-and-loop material. We installed ours easily. They fit snugly, are fine enough to keep out even tiny no-see-ums, and come with heavy-duty zippers for easy access. The screens are available for most domestic and imported vans and Class B motorhomes, as well as some sport-utility vehicles. Prices vary by application. — Bobbie Hasselbring

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Five photos showing Skeenz in rear and side doors and passenger side of a van-style RV.
Clockwise from top left: Skreenz vehicle screens are available for passenger’s and driver’s side windows for many vehicles, including the author’s Class B motorhome. A screen for the side entrance allows the author to leave the door open for ventilation without insects getting inside. Skreenz are secured with heavy-duty hook-and-loop strips, and installation requires no tools. The rear screen rolls down to keep bugs out and breezes in. Top photo: The author zips up the Skreenz on the rear back door of her RV. Photos: Anne Weaver

Bobbie Hasselbring is an active RVer, outdoorswoman and award-winning travel and food writer. She is the cofounder and editor of Real Food Traveler, a website that informs travelers about the best regional foods and where to find them. Bobbie has also authored numerous travel features for Trailer Life Magazine.


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