Sick of the search engines yielding no results for common, everyday RV cleaning problems? Then you’ve come to the right place.
It’s true: you can find a lot of cleaning solutions simply by searching the web for the answers. But when you own an RV, you know that not all solutions work as “one-size-fits-all.” RVs often feature special considerations, including materials like vinyl and fiberglass that you’ll want to be aware of when cleaning. And since it’s so rare to find the answer to common RV cleaning problems, we thought we’d gather a few for you and put them all in the same place:
There are few things worse as an RV owner to invest a considerable amount of money in custom graphics, work hard on keeping your RV clean, only to see that both your money and your energy only seems to degrade the graphics with time. Unfortunately, time and money aren’t enough to keep your RV looking its best–know-how is also a key ingredient.
To protect your graphics, you can try Graphix Wax. Not only will this protect your graphics from UV rays but it will help them remain durable for much longer.
Fiberglass can seem like a fickle substance the first time you deal with it. But truth be told, dusty fiberglass isn’t a problem at all if you know how to deal with it. If you don’t, however, then you can do more damage than good, so make sure that you use a damp, nonabrasive washcloth to clear away dust that’s accrued on your fiberglass over time. Many experts actually recommend that you begin your fiberglass cleaning process in this fashion so as to clear out all of the debris.
Dirty Stainless Steel
We know, we know–“stainless” steel doesn’t always live up to its name. But there are ways to clean it. A pint of our Stainless Steel Cleaner is a great way to get started. It features a non-streaking finish and an easy spray-on, wipe-off process that, yes, can remove even stains from stainless steel.
Vinyl is one of those fickle materials that requires some care and attention if you want it to stay healthy and looking its best. For that, we recommend this VinyLIFE Vinyl Cleaner and Protectant Pint. It’s a convenient spray bottle that will make working with your vinyl as much a breeze as anything else you do to keep your RV clean. In fact, it may just end up being the single simplest part of your routine.
For many common RV cleaning problems, there’s usually a product that can address your specific needs–but remember that the best solution tends to be prevention. Make sure to protect your fiberglass, your vinyl, and your stainless steel in the future and regularly maintain it to ensure that your RV always looks its best.