Three RV Cleaning Tips from your RV Kitchen
When you live in a small space like an RV, every inch of storage space counts. And every streak and spot sticks out like a sore thumb. You can get rid of those aggravating stains and smudges with stuff you already have in your RV kitchen – you don’t have to buy expensive, space-wasting cleaning products. The experts at Quality RV Resorts offer helpful RV cleaning tips…
Laptop, Tablet, and Cellphone Screens
Problem: Children make sticky fingerprints on your cellphone. The dog investigates what you are doing and makes nose prints all over your laptop screen. You eat greasy pizza while you’re touching your iPad.
Solution: Splash some white vinegar on a coffee filter and wipe all that sticky, smudgy stuff away. It works!
Cleaning Your RV Oven
Problem: You were baking a casserole, a lasagna, or a pie and it ran over. Now you have gravy, tomato sauce, or sticky fruit filling baked onto your oven.
Solution: Mix a cup of baking soda with a couple of squirts of dish soap. Combine the two with a little water until you have something about the consistency of pancake batter. Spread it over the crusty stuff on the bottom of your oven and wait about 20 minutes. Wipe it away and you’ll have a shiny, clean oven.
Rust on Faucets, Sink Drains, and Metal Fixtures
Problem: The metal drains and faucets have built up a ring of rust where they attach to the sink.
Solution: RV cleaning tip number 3… cut a lemon or lime in half and dip the cut side into table salt. Use your ‘citrus-tool’ to scrub the rust away without being excessively abrasive.
The Last in the List of RV Cleaning Tips
So, you have lemons, limes, and salt. Go get a bottle of tequila and congratulate yourself for mastering these RV cleaning tips with a Margarita on the picnic table at your favorite Quality RV Resorts destination. Hope to see you real soon!