Summer is winding down and your RV is probably experiencing the aftermath of fun, but messy road trips. Before you pack in the camper for the season, it’s important that you give it a thorough cleaning. From the kitchenette to the bathroom, refresh any part of your RV with these cleaning tips!
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Whether you’re at home or in your RV, kitchen cleaning is a similar process. However, in an RV kitchenette, you’re dealing with a much smaller space so it’s easy to get overwhelmed with clutter and kitchen supplies overflowing. To make your space tidy, look into these tips on RV kitchen organization!
Food and drinks combined with bumpy terrain can be a disaster for your RV flooring, not to mention all the foot traffic from busy weekends. Keep your carpet in tip-top condition with these tips on RV carpet cleaning!
Maintenance cleaning is essential to keep your RV carpet as fresh and clean as possible. This includes regularly vacuuming with a handheld vacuum and cleaning up spills right away. It’s also a best practice to use a placemat in your RV to keep as much surface-level dirt away from your interior carpet as you can. Finally, for an added layer of protection, apply protectants to your carpet.
For sudden accidents on the road, be prepared to clean up fast! Have white microfiber towels on hand and blot the stain. Next, mix 1 teaspoon of dish soap and 2 cups of water as a DIY carpet cleaner to apply to the stain. Blot up and repeat until the stain is lifted! We recommend keeping your DIY carpet cleaning solution in a bottle on hand. Or, keeping Stanley Steemer Spot Remover in your RV is an easy fix to any on-the-road mess.
People think of carpet in RVs as a hassle, but with our professional cleaning, you can prolong the life and condition of your RV flooring. Schedule an RV interior detail with Stanley Steemer to remove all the dirt and debris that was dragged in during your summer adventures. We even clean other hard surfaces such as wood, engineered wood, laminate, LVT and linoleum if your RV has different flooring.
Sitting for long durations can do a number on your RV upholstery. Sweat, dirt, and dander can get packed in which doesn’t make anyone a happy camper. Below are ways to clean and maintain your vehicle upholstery:
Before you do any cleaning to your fabric, be sure to read the manufacturer’s label before washing or applying cleaning agents. Some RV upholstery fabrics contain fire and stain retardant which can cause color fading or shrinking. Other tips include:
One of the most used parts of any RV is the bathroom. With frequent use, cleaning and disinfecting your RV bathroom is a standard process just like it is in your home. However, cleaning an RV toilet is a bit different. It requires more care and attention to detail to ensure you’re using safe products. For a safe clean for your latrine, check out these tips: