From the bloggers at Good Life RV.
You’ve got a power washer in the garage, and when you look at all the bugs stuck to the front of your RV after a long trip, you are very tempted to break it out to get your RV looking good in a hurry. The issue is, you’ve got fiberglass and decals all over the rig. You’re worried that your power washer could damage them, and that’s the very last thing you want!
So should you power wash your RV?
Power washers can be very harsh on your RV’s paint. The seals and caulking of your RV can get worn down after an abrasive wash. If you use a pressure washer on your RV, you risk accidentally removing the decals, and maybe even forcing water into your rig!
Along with being careful with the paint and seals of your RV, you should note that pressure washers and tires do not get along. If you were to pressure wash your tires, there is a chance that they could get sliced by the power of the washer.
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