A good quality RV wash is what you need to clean the exterior of your travel trailer.
It is designed to remove bugs, mud, road grime and dirt.
A rectangular collapsible wash bucket is great for using when washing your RV.
It is in a rectangular shape which is good for those wide wash brushes that you would use with an extension pole.
You can store it flat because it is collapsible! It won't take up a lot of room in your camper or garage. It also includes a storage bag to keep it from getting torn or dirty.
"RV Full Timer's Choice Trailer Glitter" is some of the best RV cleaning solution around.
This RV Trailer Glitter is designed to bring back the luster to a dull exterior and cleans all the surfaces, whether metal, wood, plastic, fiberglass, or paint with just one product.
A professional-strength product, it dramatically reduces cleaning time and leaves a showroom finish every time. It is easy to use and is highly effective.
This RV mildew stain remover is good stuff to remove those dreaded mildew stains.
It removes stains and mildew on contact. With a full 32 ounces in this bottle, it will last a good while. This stuff renews the look of awnings, headliners, vinyl covers and chair cushions. The best part is it needs no scrubbing!
Keeping your RV clean and washed is just good practice. You need to keep all the gutters clean and free of debris. It is a good idea to check them periodically for wear and cracking.
The caulking around the seals on your RV will need to be examined closely for cracking, as well. Re-caulk as needed to prevent leaks and water damage.
Camping in North Carolina ranges from camping at the beach to primitive camping deep in the mountains of the western Carolinas.
If you’re planning your first camping trip, use these camping tips for newbies as your starting point.
It's a good idea to give your camper or RV an annual once-over to tighten up, freshen up, and tidy up all those things you haven't taken time to notice.