With just a little bit of attention to detail, you can not only help reduce costly leaks and breakdowns, but also increase the value of your rig by making it look better!
This Exterior Care and Maintenance Essentials class will show you how to inspect the sealants on the roof and sidewall that can result in moisture penetration and costly repairs. Faded fiberglass, cracked decals, and black streaks running down the side of an RV can drop the perceived value by thousands of dollars.
By following the tips and suggestions shown by your instructor, Dave Solberg, you can extend the life of your RV and make your RVing experience much more enjoyable.
This class will show you the proper sealants to use for the roof to sidewall, windows, and accessories that might be mounted to the roof. Silicone is not always the best sealant and may not even stick to certain surfaces which would cause leaks eventually.
You will also learn the difference between the various roof materials such as TPO, EPDM, and fiberglass, how to tell the difference between them and show you the easiest and safest method to clean them.
Awnings are often out of sight, out of mind and can get ruined quickly if not properly maintained. Learn how to inspect the awning and clean it with a common household cleaner that is great on tree sap but gentle on the environment.
Tires are the most critical component on an RV and also the most neglected. Learn how to properly inspect your tires sidewall, tread, and even a tip for detecting when tires, bearings, or axles might be going bad to prevent a disaster later down the road.
Finally this class will cover some specific motorhome insights to help you deal with common issues and more.
In addition to the detailed video instruction you’ll receive, this online class provides you with some downloadable resources and helpful information including: A detailed Class Guide you can follow and use as a reminder for the key points of the class instruction; resource documents that will help you with proper tire care and roof cleaning procedures and a BONUS Video that gives you some good tips on black streak removal.
NOTE: This Class video instruction is also available for purchase in DVD form. If you prefer to own a physical copy, you can purchase the Class DVD here.