From the bloggers at Good Life RV.
Sometimes, camping in your RV can be messy business. Once you get home from your road trip, you will notice that your RV has picked up some bugs, and maybe some dirt along the way. You also need to flush out your tanks to keep them clean, and even clean the rubber roof.
As you’re unrolling the hose to flush out your black and grey tanks, you think to yourself, “How messy am I going to get maintaining this RV?”
With the right equipment, cleaning and maintaining your RV is a simple process that will not get your hands too dirty (especially when you’re wearing gloves).
Your RV has been your trusty sidekick through many miles of road. It has been a faithful friend, a home away from home. Your RV spends most of its time taking care of you and your family while you’re traveling. Now, it’s time for you to take care of it. Cleaning and maintaining your RV isn’t your favorite activity, but it is necessary to keep your trusty steed healthy and functioning properly.
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