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Storage Tips for RVs

You should read this article if you love your RV and want to keep it safe. We discuss how to store RVs and how to prevent them from getting damaged. Following are a few tips that can help you with this job. Read on to know more.

Have good ventilation

Keeping the RV dry is difficult. In fact, moisture may cause musty smells and mold growth when you get your RV back from storage. Keeping the roof vents open is the best way to keep RV interiors dry. Install good vent covers on your roof vents so that moisture will not enter.

Check the seals

The rig should be washed and waxed before being stored. In reality, wax protects the unit from dirt and UV rays. Furthermore, after a cleanup, if you apply a coat of wax, you can store your items more easily. As you wash, be sure to focus on the roof as well.

When you have cleaned it, you may want to check rubber seals, caulking, and silicone seams. Our recommendation is to get anything worn out or cracked repaired as soon as possible.

Blinds and curtains

A nightlight is also useful for preventing mold growth. For example, you can choose semi-transparent shades for the daytime. It would be a good idea to close the curtains. You should only buy high quality curtains and blinds.

Protect the slide outs

While storing your RV, it’s a good idea to keep the slides retracted. If you use this approach, you’ll be able to protect the roof, rubber seals, slide toppers, and mechanical parts from the weather. In addition, before you store the RV, we recommend that you thoroughly clean the roof and rubber seals.

Safe from bugs and rodents

You should block or screen the external openings of your house to keep bugs and rodents away. It may be a good idea to check the plumbing vents, furnace exhaust, fan panel and exterior of the fridge, among others.

The best way to keep them at bay is to remove their nesting materials and food sources. Without food, they will be unable to survive.

Electrical care

Be sure to turn off the electrical connections once you have put the RV in storage. By doing this, your battery bank will not drain fast and you will not have to replace the battery bank repeatedly. Make sure the battery has been fully charged. Winter calls for fully charged batteries.

For those of you who are looking for some good RV storage tips, we suggest that you check out our article for six of them. We hope you will be able to maximize the use of your RV storage.