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Does your motorhome’s exterior need cleaning?

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The following tips will help you clean your motorhome or campervan. Getting started with the roof is the first step. By using this method, drips and streaks can be prevented. Having a cloudy day without wind or rain is also important to prevent streaks left behind after the van has been dried. Before moving on to the next side, wash, rinse, and completely clean one side. Keeping clothes clean by rinsing them with clean water regularly is essential.

  • You can begin by climbing a ladder to the roof. It may be helpful if someone holds the base for you if you need it. Using pipe lagging or insulation can help prevent motorhomes from slipping.
  • Rinse the area and gently scrub it to remove dirt. There is no need to panic if you can’t find warm water.
  • You can clean the roof of your motorhome with a brush and your general motorhome cleaner. Dirt and marks can be lifted by applying pressure.
  • A lack of balance can result from overreaching. The ladder may need to be moved depending on the situation.
  • The motorhome can be rinsed with a hose or bucket. Ensure that the water is always warm before using it.
  • If dirty water or grime remains on the solar panels or obstacles, clean them again.
  • Additionally, make sure that the sides and top of the awning are thoroughly cleaned.
  • Clean the sides in the same manner. To ensure maximum protection, thoroughly rinse each panel after cleaning with a microfiber cloth or soft brush. Cleaners should sit for a minimum of 10 minutes before being mopped, brushed, or sponged.
  • Ensure that all motorhome storage boxes are closed or removed.
  • Ensure that the windows in the cab and the room are clean. Using a microfiber cloth, wipe it off after cleaning with a sponge or mitt. The glass should be cleaned and shined before applying Rainex.
  • Using a microfiber cloth is the best way to dry. If you want to clean a large area, use a big cloth, not a small one. A natural drying process may produce streaks.
  • It is important to keep your wheels clean in order to prevent brake damage.
  • Using a wheel brush, clean between the spokes after you have cleaned the wheels.
  • Having a shiny finish, the polish will be easy to clean. The solution should be applied with a flat mop or cloth. Using an algae-repellent spray is also an option for overwintering.

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