RV Interior Cleaning
Cleaning the interior of your home regularly is just as important as cleaning your recreational vehicle because your RV serves as home on certain days. Whether you are alone or with a family, you will always need to clean the interior of your RV because there will be spills waiting to be mopped and dirt waiting to be cleaned. You can never stop cleaning. While cleaning might seem difficult to some people, it’d seem very easy to other people. But generally, cleaning can be very tedious when a tough stain refuses to go or there’s a scratch you need to make disappear. There are a lot of solutions to these and after knowing them, you will find cleaning very simple. The major areas to clean in the right order are; your ceiling, bedrooms, kitchen, bathroom, living room, and floors.
Cleaning the Ceiling
When cleaning, we mostly get confused about where to start with because starting off at the wrong spot might have you cleaning everywhere again. Starting your cleaning with the ceiling will save you the stress of cleaning the floor twice. The dirt that falls off the ceiling will be swept or vacuumed once the whole cleaning is done. When cleaning the ceiling, make use of the vacuum attachment to take out the cobwebs and dusts that may have collected in your ceiling. In the process of cleaning your ceiling, if you notice that your fan or vents are really dirty, it is better to clean them. A clean ceiling will always remain dirty if the fan is dirty. You can use a damp cloth to also clean your ceiling if it is also very dirty. To prevent damages or check out for damages in your ceiling, look for any sign of bubbling or discoloration.
Cleaning the Kitchen
A very important tip to know when cleaning your microwave is that to easily clean it, warm a bowl of water inside it for a short while and remove. The steam from the water you boiled will help to loosen any grime or dirt and make the cleaning process less stressful. Just the way it is with the ceiling, the first place to clean in your kitchen is the cabinet so as to wipe off or vacuum anything that falls down. The next parts to clean are the walls around your sink and cooking gas, freezer, oven, and counters. Then finally, give the floor a good scrub after sweeping or vacuuming it.
Cleaning the Living Room
The most important areas to clean in your living room are the walls, tables, floor, windows and your sofa. Your living room is the most used space in your RV where the entertainment holds. The TV and entertainment systems should also be cleaned and dusted alongside the cabinets where you keep your things.
Cleaning the Floor
After you have cleaned out the entire space in your RV, the last place to clean is your floor. Vacuum every angle and corner thoroughly and mop it, ensure that you use the right mop and cleaning agents and also check out for cracks, scratches and any sign of wear and tear. With these tips and guidelines, cleaning the interior of your RV becomes easier.