Keep Your RV Looking Its Best
After an adventure-filled weekend of camping, or at the end of a two-month trek across seven states, it’s important to clean your RV thoroughly before covering it or putting it into storage for a few months. Days or weeks of driving through various types of weather, maneuvering into muddy campsites, and cruising down the insect-filled highway can leave your RV dirty in more ways than one.
Cleaning your RV yourself can be tricky. The height is challenging to deal with and you’ll need ladders and possibly extenders for your hose. You need to take special care with high-pressure water hoses, as they can remove stick-on decals and get water in exterior vents like the furnace and water heater, which should be avoided. Let the experts at Perfect Reflections Window Film do the dirty work for you!
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Keeps Your Recreational Vehicle Looking New
Consistently maintaining the exterior and interior of your RV helps extend the life of the vehicle while protecting your investment. If you don’t clean your RV properly and routinely, it can be extremely difficult to get it looking like new again. If stains from bugs, dirt and grime stay on the vehicle for a long period of time with additional factors like bad weather and heat, some stains can become impossible to remove.
Save Time and Effort Detailing Your RV
No matter what type of RV you use, it’s bound to have some hard-to-clean areas and most of the time, those are the areas that need the most attention. After a trip, the roof of your RV is sure to have dirt and plant matter stuck to it, and reaching the middle portion can be challenging. Cleaning the entire RV by yourself can also be very time-consuming.
Prevent Future Pests
We make sure your RV is clean and fit for you, but not for pests. Having a clean vehicle helps prevent pests like mice getting in, and it makes it less appealing for bugs, as it won’t be a food source. Having it cleaned from top to bottom means it’s also getting inspected thoroughly and we will alert you to any hidden pest infestations.
No Need for Specialty Equipment
Cleaning an RV isn’t as easy as cleaning a car. Whether the RV has aluminum or fiberglass sides, you need speciality brushes, cleaners and rags to ensure the RV isn’t damaged during the cleaning process. We have all the equipment necessary for a thorough, detailed clean.
How often should I wax my RV?
There are few factors to consider when deciding if you should wax your RV in addition to having it cleaned. Ask yourself these questions:
- Is the RV stored inside or outside?
- If it is stored outside—is it covered?
- How often do you use the RV?
- Is the RV constantly exposed to the sun and other damaging elements?
How often your RV is exposed to the sun and other elements, determines how frequently you should add a layer of protection by waxing the exterior. If the RV is stored inside, you can wax it less often. To test if your RV exterior needs waxing, pour some water on it. If the water forms puddles on the surface instead of beading, meaning the water runs off the paint freely, it’s a good idea to add a layer of wax after the cleaning. It will protect the exterior of your RV for longer, especially if it’s stored outside.
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Pressure Wash Roof
Pressure Wash Exterior
Clean Wheel Wells
Clean Exterior Windows
Vacuum Exterior Storage
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Everything In The Base Package
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Speed Clay Application
Alcohol Mixture Wipe Down
3-Year Ceramic Coating
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Everything In The Paul
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