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How To Clean The Inside Of A Camper

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Your camper is more than just a way to get outdoors. It’s
also your refuge where you camp, where you travel, and where you live. As such,
your experience wont be as fun as it could be unless
you keep a clean camper. So, what are some of the strategies you can use to cut down
on labor-intensive chores when it comes to cleaning the inside of your camper?
Here are a few tips to keep in mind.

Invest in Proper
Cleaning Equipment

Investing in the right camper cleaning products can go a
long way. The following products are affordable and will have a dramatic impact
on how easy you find it to clean:

  • An
    extendable scrubber.
    It’s not difficult to find extendable scrubbers online.
    The wider the scrubber is, the less time you’ll have to spend cleaning out
    difficult-to-reach areas within your camper. Make sure that you use minimal
    water here to avoid dripping and getting grey water in other areas of your RV.
  • RV
    cleaner.
    Having a dedicated cleaner like RV Suds handy makes
    it possible to scrub on painted surfaces within your RV. While this is
    especially suited for cleaning fiberglass on the outside of your RV, it’s
    versatile enough for indoor use, especially when mixed with water to extend its
    volume.
  • RV
    protectants.
    If you can protect at the same time as you clean, you’ll be
    accomplishing two tasks at once. Invest in a product like VinyLIFE
    Vinyl Cleaner & Protectant
    to keep your vinyl healthy while
    cleaning the upholstery within your camper.

With these products in hand, you’ll have no trouble making
quick work of the surfaces that need cleaning. But how should you approach the
overall project itself? We have a few tips.

Strategies for Faster
Cleaning

When you open your camper to clean it, make sure that you first
relocate the most important materials. Even moving your goods from one side of
the camper to the other and rearranging them back into place can have a
tremendous effect on the way you organize your camper.

If you find that your camper is too full of random “junk” to
do that, your first step should be to de-clutter. That means getting a garbage
bag and throwing out anything you don’t need—or setting aside some materials
for sale or for donating.

To make the process easier, bring a podcast or some of your
favorite music with you and play it as you go. You’ll find that spending one
single batch of time rather than small chunks will be more efficient, and will
result in a much cleaner RV camper at the end of the day.

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