From the bloggers at Do It Yourself RV.
Spring is here and it’s time to get your RV ready for the road. Maintaining your RV’s exterior by cleaning and protecting the gel-coat is the best way to start.
Although it’s not fun, regular RV washing makes your home on wheels look better, especially if you follow these seven quick and dirty RV washing tips.
1. Wash and Wax Regularly
All new RV’s leave the factory with a protective gel-coat that slows down damage from sun, weather and the highway. The longer you leave dirt and grime on the surface, the faster it wears down that protective coating, making your rig look old and weather-beaten.
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