The weekend is finally here & it’s time to head to the campground! You’re a proud RV owner and you love everything about your camper and camping, that is, until you roll out the awning…..
Just as you’re ready to sit back and enjoy things, you look up, and the awning looks like a giant messy Rorshach test! Eeeww!
We’ve created a short ‘How to clean your RV awning’ instructional, here;
Did you know that awnings can quickly become one of the dirtiest, grimiest parts of an RV?
Awnings, by their nature get a lot of mildew and/or mould inside, even when you haven’t used your camper in a while. They wick moisture into them when rolled up. The material they are made from, along with pollen, and other airborne ingredients also creates the perfect breeding ground for mildew, mould and other grime.
It’s easier to clean than you think.
Trying to clean them using traditional methods is difficult, as you’re working over your head, on a surface that moves when you press on it. It’s hard work on both your body and challenging due to the water and cleaner that gets all over you.
However, there is an easier way. All you need is a garden weed sprayer, a long handed soft bristled brush, a Garden Hose, with spray gun and some ZOOM Concentrated Cleaner.
How to clean your RV awning?
First, mix some ZOOM Concentrate with water in the weed sprayer and pressurize it. With your awning fully extended, start at one end and spray the solution on about 4-6ft of the underside of the awning. (see pic below) Let set for a few minutes. Then, agitate that area with your long-handled soft-bristled brush. Now, rinse with your garden hose.
Then, back up and do the next 4-6 ft section and repeat. Repeat this sequence til finished.
If you’re in the shade, or it’s a cloudy day, feel free to also wash the top side of the awning. If it’s sunny, you may have to work in smaller sections. Again, use the same steps.
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It’s that Easy!
You’ll now have a nice clean awning, without doing a lot of hard physical labour, or a lot of time. Now that that job is finished, it’s time to relax!
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