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Quick and Easy Secrets to a Clean RV

A clean RV isn’t just to show off to guests: it’s sometimes
necessary to maintain your sanity.

But no matter how hard you work, the battle against hard-set
stains and color spots always feels like a major challenge. It doesn’t have to
be. If you want to cut down on the time you spend cleaning your RV and maximize
the time you spend living in it, it’s always good to know how to make the
prospect of cleaning your RV as simple and effective as possible. Here are our
favorite tips:

Keep a RV Cleaning
Kit on Hand

Remember our guide to an essential RV cleaning kit? We hope you didn’t forget about all that.
But it’s okay even if you did, because we can offer you a brief brush-up on the
kinds of products you need to keep stocked and handy for your RV to be as clean
as it can be:

In the above products, you’ll have the necessary tools for
general cleaning as well as maintaining fiberglass, stainless style, and vinyl.
And since options like the VinyLIFE Vinyl Cleaner and Protectant offers a protective
layer as well, your cleaning efforts will be something of a “down payment” on
the future quality of your materials. It’s always good to accomplish two tasks
at once if you can, especially when it comes to something as big as an RV.

Spot Clean Your RV

The reason for having a complete RV cleaning kit handy is so
that you can spot-clean as soon as you can. But that’s not the only tip we have
for spot-cleaning on sight:

  • If you can, try to treat a stain the instant it
    forms. You stand the best chance of beating a carpet stain the sooner you get
    to it; the longer you wait, the longer the stain has a chance to settle in,
    unload all of its furniture, and meet the neighbors. Don’t let it move in.
  • Regularly inspect your RV. If you can’t
    spot-clean as soon as you notice something, then your second-best bet is to
    shorten the amount of time it takes you to notice a spot like a rust stain on
    fiberglass. That means regularly getting out of your RV and giving it a
    once-over to ensure that there aren’t any unsightly spots gathering. It’s a
    step short of spot-cleaning, but sometimes it’s the best you can do.
  • To remove black streaks from your RV or trailer,
    try the Suds quart first with a towel and a bucket of water. Beware of tricks
    and tips online that tell you to use a universal cleaner like a sponge or even
    steel wool; you run the risk of scratching up a perfectly good surface if you
    don’t take a few seconds to contemplate what you’re actually cleaning.

For the latter, it’s a good idea to have a range of
different cleaning supplies handy, including:

  • Water bucket
  • Dry towel
  • Kitchen sponge

For most of your
cleaning efforts, this will be enough. Simply pair the right equipment and the
right cleaner to the right surface and you should have no more troubles when it
comes to RV cleaning.

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