If you are contemplating an RV sale, the first thought that is likely to cross your mind is “what steps would help me sell my RV quickly?” You are not the only seller who wants an answer to this question; most of the rig owners think the same when it comes to finding a taker for their RVs. Giving your motor home a thorough cleaning would be an excellent first step toward realizing your goal. Here is how to go about it:

1. Clean the Ceiling and Windows First

Start your cleaning project with the vents. Rinse the screens with a hose after taking them off. Next, remove any dirt build-up within the vent. Wipe down the covers, too. Now, keep the vents open for some time and turn on the fan. It will help the smelly air to escape. Next, move to the air conditioner; clean its air filters and vents. Remove the cobwebs, if there is any. As for the windows, detach and wash their screens first and then apply a gentle cleaner on them.

2. Get Rid of Molds

When an RV sits idle for a considerable time, it tends to get moldy. If you notice molds growing on the floor, do away with them immediately. Otherwise, an offensive musty smell coming from them may put off your prospects. To get rid of this menace, mix one cup of bleach with four cups of water, add it to a bucket and scrub the floor with it using a brush. Wash the floor once again with clean water and let it dry. Use a vacuum cleaner to reach the corners that are difficult to access.

3. Use Appropriate Cleaners for Different Kitchen Equipment and Cabinet

In the kitchen, you have to clean three items – cabinets, stove and the countertop. At first, empty out the contents of the cabinetry. Use an RV-friendly wood cleaner for wooden cabinets, and a mild cleanser for the vinyl wrapped units. A gentle wipe with a soft cloth is sufficient for keeping veneer cabinets clean. Use only specified cleaners for the stove top. Use warm soapy water for the range hood. Don’t scrub; otherwise, you will get it damaged. Countertops are usually easy to clean. Wipe it with a soft damp cloth to make it shine.

4. Sanitize the Bathroom

Use a squeegee and mild cleaner for cleaning the shower area. Clean the toilet with a brush. Don’t use any harsh detergent here as it may damage the surface. Next, flush the black tank with your garden hose and add deodorizer here.

5. Know the Areas That Need More Attention

In an RV, the items like door latches and steering tend to get dirty very quickly as most owners overlook them. If you go for test drives frequently with the potential buyers, consider cleaning the steering at least once a day. Door latches are another thing that you have to touch a lot while showcasing your rolling home to its future users. Wipe them two/three times in a week to prevent dirt accumulation.

If you are a first-time seller, it is natural for you to wonder “what steps can help me sell my RV quickly and hassle-free online.” Prep it right and start by giving your rig a thorough clean up. Follow our cleaning regimen for the best result.



Source by John Bell Carey