February 28, 2023
If you store your camper van during colder months, de-winterizing is necessary for spring cleaning.
Drain any antifreeze from the water system and sanitize the plumbing system with water and bleach.
Take care of regular maintenance tasks such as checking fluids, tires, and brakes before hitting the road.
Properly caring for your RV's roof is important to protect against sun damage, rain, dirt, and other elements.
To ensure the plumbing system remains clean and safe to use, flush and sanitize the pipes and holding tanks.
Use a blend of 1/4 cup bleach for every 15 gallons of fresh water and add an enzyme cleaner to break down and reduce odors, and properly empty and clean composting toilets if you use them.
Inspect insulation and weather strips, patch or replace problem areas, and address drafts
Clean the inside and outside of all windows and windshields, and remove any accumulated dirt or bugs
Test smoke alarms, carbon monoxide detectors, and propane leak detectors, and inspect the fire extinguisher
Deep clean the interior, including floors, carpets, sinks, faucets, countertops, cabinets, and every nook and cranny that may be hiding dirt