“Tools and Cleaners for RV Windows
Having the right tools on hand can play a big part in cleaning your RV windows quickly and properly. The first thing you’ll need is a glass cleaner. Next you’ll need a squeegee, which will prevent streaks from forming on your glass. To wipe the glass, you’ll want to use a lint-free or microfiber towel, which will prevent your RV windows from becoming scratched.
How to Clean the Exterior Glass of Your RV
Once you’ve cleaned the inside of your RV’s windows it’s time to move on to the exterior. You may need a ladder for this part. You can clean the exterior of your windows the same way you cleaned the interior or you can use a product such as Windex Outdoor which attaches to your hose and spray both water and the glass cleaner onto your windows. If streaks occur after this process, you may want to go back over the windows with a traditional glass cleaner and lint-free towel.”
Read more on this topic here.
These tips seem pretty obvious given how similar they are to regular passenger vehicles. However, what happens when you notice a chip or crack in your RV glass? The smartest thing to do is to get the glass repaired or replaced. The longer you wait the more of a chance the damage spreads. Furthermore, there may be the potential for injury if any accident happens.
The team at IAS Auto Glass performs RV glass service to residents in the Twin Cities metro region. Call us at 952-797-4374 to schedule an appointment with us!