From the bloggers at Do It Yourself RV.
Whether you spend just a few weekends or the entire year in your RV, keeping your home on wheels clean is an unavoidable and never ending task. RVs tend to pick up a lot of dirt and grime at campgrounds and RV parks.
Open windows let in dust, dirt is tracked in from outside, and those tiny kitchens and bathrooms have a curious way of gathering large amounts of grime.
One of the challenges when it comes to cleaning the interior of your RV is that space is at a premium. Most RV storage areas barely have enough room to hide the necessary items like toilet paper, much less an entire supply of cleaners and accessories.
Which is why the number one rule in RV cleaning is to keep it simple.
Look for products that serve more than one purpose, or come in a compact size. Natural cleaning products without chemicals can often be used on a variety of surfaces, and you don’t have to worry about causing damage to you RV or the environment.
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