It may not feel like it right now – what, with most of the country breaking records for the coldest winter in decades – but spring is, as they say, just around the corner. Although that corner may still be a couple of months away, it's never too soon to start planning for spring cleaning your RV and preparing it for the next rental.
In order to get your RV in tiptop shape for this summer, whether you're renting it out or planning your own RV adventure, a proper cleaning and inspection checklist will keep you on track and get your motorhome ready to roll.
As an RV owner, you may already know how important it is to prepare your RV for winter storage. In the fall, you undoubtedly and dutifully winterized your RV, so when this chilly winter begins to thaw it's time to get out there and de-winterize.
There are many different schools of thought on how to tackle spring cleaning your RV, but for our purposes we like to set up a checklist that works from the outside in. This way, as we are cleaning we can also perform a thorough inspection looking for are any obvious signs of wear or damage.
RV Spring Cleaning Checklist
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Finally, once you've confirmed everything is in working order you'll next want to check that all of the safety devices are in good working order. This includes checking such things as the expiry date of the fire extinguisher, to changing the batteries in the smoke, carbon monoxide, and PL gas leak detectors.
And that's it! Your RV is now road ready.
What are your de-winterizing and spring cleaning tips to get your RV ready for that next adventure? Leave us a comment and let us know.
From adjusting to the limited counter space and storage, to suffering the occasional bumps on the head, stubbed toes, and bashed shins, no matter how well designed your RV is there are still going to be some challenges when living the tiny RV life.