From the bloggers at Everything About RVing.
We plan on leaving our 5th wheel in Florida (outside) for six months this summer. We have electric available at the storage site. Does anyone have any hints or tips for keeping our rv free of mold and insects while it is in storage?
Let’s talk about bugs. Here are some simple tips for preventing an invasion of insects into an RV when in storage. Some of them are common sense and some of them are unique solutions that RVers have come up with and say that they work.
Make sure you have removed all fruits and vegetables from the RV before storage. Rotting fruits and vegetables attract and produce all kinds of creepy crawlies. This is especially important if you have kids or grand kids that have traveled with you. They may have stuck a Banana, apple or orange in a drawer or cabinet, so they can eat it later, but they forget to eat it later. I know this one from experience.
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