When you’re traveling in an RV, whether across the country or down the road, you want every component on your vehicle to be in tiptop shape. From the engine to the propane tank and everywhere in between, proper working order is essential. This is particularly true for the bathroom, especially when it comes to longer road trips.
Before embarking on a trip and after you return, you should make sure to complete a full inspection of the fixtures in your RV’s bathroom, including the toilet. There’s not a whole lot that can go wrong with a toilet, but preventative RV toilet maintenance and inspection can help avoid any headaches when you’re out on the road. In this lesson, we teach you some simple tips for RV toilet maintenance that you can use to ensure your toilet is working correctly and clear of leaks, clogs and other issues.
How to complete RV toilet maintenance
In addition to winterizing your RV toilet to prevent frozen and busted pipes, there are a few simple steps you can take to ensure you won’t need RV toilet repair. To help you figure out the best way to prevent issues with your RV toilet, Dave Solberg walks you through a quick demonstration on good RV toilet maintenance. He introduces a range of inexpensive products you can utilize to protect the components of your RV toilet, such as toilet seal and drain valve lubricator, tissue digester and gauge cleaner.
Dave also teaches you about a range of preventative measures you can take for proper RV toilet maintenance before a big trip, including checking washers for looseness and corrosion. With these simple tips for RV toilet maintenance, you can check one more item off your list of things to maintain and keep an eye on when you’re out on the open road. Safe travels!