How to Wash Your RV with Little to No Water
Keeping our RV clean and well maintained is important to us. When we started to travel full time we were surprised by how many campgrounds would not let us use their water to wash our RV, so we had to come up with another way to keep it looking good.
Initially, we tried to take it to a truck wash where they used pressure washers. After watching them spray pressurized water into various exhaust vents, I decided to start washing it by hand with FW1 waterless cleaner/wax. I have been using this product for the last five years on our cars and it performs very well.
I also use washing the RV by hand as an opportunity to inspect the overall condition of the exterior of our RV. Looking for any signs of wear and tear along caulk joints, slide toppers, window frames and more.
We hope you find the video below helpful and we wish you safe travels!
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