Don’t Leave out Your RV when Spring Cleaning in Reno Nevada
Yes, its spring cleaning time, but it’s not only for your house in Reno Nevada. Learn how spring cleaning is not only for your home, but your RV also.
According to an article at your-rv-lifestyle.com, “Tips for RV Spring Cleaning”
“It’s been a long winter and the combined effects of the elements can take a toll on stored RVs. If your coach has been in storage, now’s the time to prepare for those spring getaways. Taking a little time now will help ensure enjoyment all through the year. Before hitting the road complete this spring-prep RV checklist:
Begin with a thorough exterior inspection. Examine the outside, including the body and roof, for any cracks or separation and look inside for stains on the ceiling, sure signs of roof leaks. Look beneath the coach and/or or tow vehicle for signs of fuel or other fluid leaks.
Once you’ve determined there are no exterior leaks, wash the RV with a specially formulated soap designed for the exterior. Work in the shade, since washing a hot surface can result in hard-to-remove spots and streaks. Use specialized wheel cleaners to make tires and trim look new.
An RV that’s been stored all winter needs to be aired out. Vacuum the carpet and clean the floors and other surfaces as needed.
Spring prep should include a fluid and connections check. Look for insect and rodent nests and chewed wires and hoses. Check the amount of LP gas and test appliances for proper functioning.”
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