RV Detailing is not as hard as it may seem. With the advent of many do-it-yourself RV’s, RV Detailing on an RV has become a lot easier than ever before. RV Detailing costs vary greatly depending on the type and size of RVs as there are various sizes and types of RVs available in the market. This would obviously cost more to detail a big Class A RV than a small mid-sized Class B RV because it just takes more time and effort for RV Detailing a bigger RV. However, it is important to note that bigger RV’s require more RV Detailing because it would be harder to work around some RV hardware that is not included in the RV package.
The Importance of RV Detailing
The RV components are basically the most expensive RV Detailing jobs to do. For instance, all tires should be checked and new tires should be bought if needed because RV tires are quite expensive. It is also not uncommon anymore to see used tires being sold as new but with less than the market price. RV owners who don’t want to spend too much on RV Detailing can go to dealerships and purchase used tires or even good tires to be used for RV Detailing at a discounted rate. Sometimes, RV dealers also have used car parts in their inventories that can be used for RV Detailing at an affordable price.
RV Detailing kits usually come with a mild leather cleaner and a good vinyl cleaner. Most of the RV detailing kits have detailed cleaning instructions but the most important thing is to follow the instructions closely. An average RV Detailing process would include: detailed sanding of the floor, interior and exterior surfaces, interior and exterior detailing including painting, washing, and polishing.