If you have a recreational vehicle or RV, you know the importance of keeping it maintained. Sure, you take it in for an oil change and a tune up on schedule, but what about keeping up appearances? The exterior of your RV needs some love, too.
But isn’t going in for an RV detail unnecessary, you may be wondering? Isn’t it just for appearances? Actually, that’s not the case at all. What follows is a brief summary of why RV detailing is important for the condition of your vehicle and how often you should go in for detailing services.
RV Detail Benefits
Having your RV detailed will provide a variety of benefits. First of all, it will keep it in good condition for a longer period of time. It will also decrease the likelihood of wear and tear on the exterior and interior, as it will be continually maintained by regular RV detailing.
The RV Detailing Process
Now, you may be curious as to what is involved in mobile RV detailing. A typical session can include a hand washing, the removal of road grim, road salt, bugs & tar, degreasing of door jams, the application of wax, the application of dressing to tires and rubber trim, and the cleaning and drying of windows, mirrors, wheels and tires.
In terms of detailing the interior, common procedures include vacuuming, door panel and seal cleaning, floor mat shampooing, dash and console cleaning, and the application of dressing to vinyl areas. Window and mirror cleaning is performed as well. Basically, the entirety of the exterior and interior of your RV are gone over with a fine-toothed comb. Every nook and cranny is cleaned out leaving your RV looking like new.
How Often Should I Have an RV Detail Performed?
When it comes to having RV detailing performed, you should try to have it done at least twice a year depending on how often it is driven. Waxing is recommended every three to four months. Sealants last considerably longer and therefore can be applied once a year. Try to keep this in mind as you’re setting up your next San Diego RV detail appointment.