Camping is a very good family activity especially during the spring. With a good camping trailer in tow, you and your family can have some really cool times outdoors. Yes, setting up a tent is good but if you have small kids with you and you want them to sleep as soundly as possible, bringing your camping trailer along for the trip is a good option. To help you get your camping trailer ready for some serious spring camping trips, here is what you have to do.
Cleaning Your Camping Trailer Inside Out
Before anything else, you need to clean up your used camping trailer inside out. If you used some antifreeze inside your camping trailer during the winter, now is the right time to flush that antifreeze out. Although most antifreeze agents are non-toxic, you should never leave these stuffs inside your camper for long. Studies show that even non-toxic substances can pollute the insides of your camper so make sure that you take the antifreeze out. To help you do the job, check the manufacturer’s manual and see how you can safely flush out the antifreeze from your camping trailer. If you are not so sure you can flush out the antifreeze completely from your camper, get someone who knows how to get the job done.
Aside from flushing out the antifreeze when cleaning your camping trailer, you should clean your camper toiler carefully and check the pipes for leakage. If you spot some damages in the piping of your trailer, call a plumber. Get your plumbing fixed before you attempt to use your camper.
You should also make it a point to vacuum thoroughly the insides of your trailer. Dusts, mites and pollens on the carpets of your camping trailer can cause allergies in your children. To protect your kids from allergies, take out the carpets and clean them out. When cleaning your carpets, avoid using strong carpet cleaners that contain a lot of harmful chemicals. As much as possible, you should use organic carpet cleaners. After cleaning up your carpets, air dry the carpets before you put them back inside the camping trailer. Never bring damp carpets inside your camping trailer unless you want your camper to smell like a wet dog.
Once you are done cleaning the insides of your camping trailer, wash the outside of the camper. You may bring your camper to the carwash to get it all cleaned up.