Spring is the perfect time to clean your Class B RV (or any RV for that matter) before planning your summer road trips. During the cleaning process, you should also keep an eye out for any potential maintenance or repair issues.
Exterior RV Cleaning Tips
- Wash the exterior of your Class B RV with specially formulated soap from an RV supply store. We recommend Premium Gel-Gloss Wash and Wax or something similar. Avoid using harsh household detergents or dish detergents that may damage exterior paint and your RV’s clear-coat finish.
- Use 100% lambswool wash pads when washing the exterior of your RV, and avoid microfiber towels. Microfiber is made primarily from polyester, and polyester is a plastic material that will eventually scratch the clear-coat finish or sealant off of your exterior paint.
- Always wash your RV in the shade. If you wash your RV in the sun and heat, you’ll get streaks on your windows and chrome.