Black streaks are stubborn and hard to get rid of. If you don’t keep a close eye on them, they can set in and become almost impossible to remove! There are several products and mixtures that can be used as a homemade RV black streak remover.
RV fiberglass can sustain damage over time, including cracks, holes, and scratches. If you want to know how to repair RV fiberglass exterior damage, we’ve got your back!
Fiberglass tends to wear down and gather scratches and stains over time, so it’s important to know how to polish RV fiberglass to get it looking like new again!
Every camper can develop mold, mildew, and general debris buildup over time. When this happens, RV owners may want to try these methods of removing mildew from RV exterior surfaces.
With this downtime awarded to us by the coronavirus quarantine, take this time to clean up the exterior of your RV by washing and waxing!
Burro fiberglass trailers are lightweight campers that tend to retain their value over time. Finding older trailers to clean up and restore can also be a fun project that keeps these unique campers alive.
Bugs can ruin the exterior of your RV. These are some of the best ways to keep your RV’s front end clean of bug splatter.
Keeping your RV windows in good condition will give you better views while you’re driving and help prevent leaks.
Over time, UV light can degrade your RV and cause the graphics to fade. Here are simple ways to protect your RV from the damaging effects of sunlight.