5 Tips for cleaning RV with vacuum

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5 Tips for cleaning RV with vacuum

Your RV is your home away from home, so it shouldn't be a surprise that occasionally it needs a good cleaning.

So what are some tips for cleaning your RV with a vacuum?

#1. Start with the ceiling

Gravity pulls things down, so it makes no sense to clean an area on the floor, then have cobwebs and dust from ac vents fall on the floor and you have to do the job all over again.

So always start with the ceiling and work downward. Attach a high suction nozzle over r vacuum cleaners longest attachment And suck away.

Cobwebs are the easiest to spot and clean, but in particular, it is the vents you are worried about. Hence the need for a needle nose vacuum attachment.

Almost all vacuum cleaners come with a needle nose attachment and short of washing your ac vents by hand, a needle-nose attachment will be necessary.

This is a good idea anyway because you don't want to be breathing dirty air and a vacuum for RV can really help.

#2. Small, portable vacuums are essential

Unfortunately, buying one of the large, portable vacuums available in the marketplace may work for your home but you need a small portable for everyday use in your RV.

What you want is a handheld vacuum cleaner. There is an amazing sort on Amazon for example for less than $50 and once you have obtained one you have obtained one you'll wonder how you ever got along without it.

Most often they weigh less than 3 pounds and are perfect for cleaning air conditioning vents as well as vacuuming closets.

You may actually find that you need two vacuums, a stick vacuum with a wet and dry function and a portable for the hard to reach places.

You can buy a good stick vacuum for around $40 or less but we recommend buying a cordless wet and dry vac which will typically cost you an extra $50 or so. But trust us, the cordless factor and the wet and dry feature will both come in handy.

#3. Clean out those kitchen cabinets

As any housewife (or house husband) knows, it's amazing how much dirt, crumbs, and sheer gunk can accumulate in kitchen cabinets.

Here's where you really appreciate buying that portable vac. About every month or so, take out everything in the kitchen cabinet, use a light cloth and some vinegar to hose off any pancake syrup residue or peanut butter, and use your portable vac to completely get rid of any crumbs or residue.

Fail to clean out those kitchen cabinets and you just may find that you attract less than desirable guests such as cockroaches and vermin.

#4. Clean out the living area

Underneath your dining area seating, there may be two large areas for storing everything from pots and pans to battery chargers or spare tail lights.

After all, when using your RV it's not always easy to stop and go to the store.

First, to make the area easier to clean consider storing pots and pans and other items in a large plastic container. That way cleaning is a snap. Just take the plastic tub out, and vacuum underneath.

Then do the same thing with your spare closets.

#5. Use a cordless vac

We can't emphasize enough how handy it is to have a cordless vac. Once charged, a cordless vac will typically run for around 3 or 4 hours, and when you are out on the road you never know when you will have running electricity.

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