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RV Storage Tips You Should Know RV storage services are essential if you don’t have enough space at home to store your RV safely. While your RV will be safe at the storage facility, you need to ensure that it is ready for use when you take it out. The interior and the engine therefore have to be kept at their best conditions. If you deem it necessary that you need to keep your Recreational Vehicle in a storage facility, then these tips will be of great use to you. Start your engine regularly to avoid incidences of animals like mice and squirrels chewing through components such as rubber and plastic along with the wiring in the compartment unit of the engine. A lot of havoc can be done by mice. Inspect your RV storage in case there are any holes through which squirrels or mice could pass and cover them in expanding foam or silicone. Beware that expanding foam could expand more than you may have anticipated so try it on something else first. If the RV won’t be plugged to electricity and will be stored for long, it’s is advisable to turn off the main breaker. Switch off the LP-gas supply valve from the LP-tank. For ventilation to be possible, you need to crack open the vents in case you installed vent covers on the original vents. All dry cell batteries in devices such as clocks have to be taken out of the equation till when you’ll need them again.
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Wear signs start to show if you keep your RV outside for a long time. The day after day exposure to UV rays makes the rubber and vinyl to dry out along with the fading of paint. These rays only quicken the whole process. It will be easy to know the appropriate cleaner for your Recreational vehicle depending on the type of roofing it has. Look for any cracks and openings while cleaning and if re-sealing is necessary, then seek counsel from your RV dealer on the appropriate materials to use.
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Treated lumber is a good example of what you can place between the ground and the tires since materials like asphalt and a frozen ground can damage tires. Protecting the tires against sun rays is also recommended. Remember to inflate them to the required pressure as issued by the manufacturer. Anything you decide to cover your tire with has to be bigger in size than the tire footprint. Hanging over the edge of the tire block by any part of the tire could result in its’ internal damage so take note.