It is recommended when your trailer is stored outside, always raise the front of the trailer higher than the back.
This will keep any water that is left over in the Waste Holding Tank or enters the Waste Holding Tank through the vent stack in the rear of the tank and away from the waste dump valve where it could freeze and rupture if temperatures were to drop below freezing causing costly repairs.
Although we do not endorse any specific brand of cleaning products, we recommend using products specifically formulated for Gel Coated Fiberglass normally found in the RV/Marine section of most auto parts stores, Camping World, West Marine, Amazon, Etc.
Try to select a brand of product that you are familiar with, or feel comfortable with and follow the How to use section located on the label.
Start by Spraying off the entire trailer including the roof and undercarriage with plenty of water to remove all the grit and grime from all surfaces of your trailer before hand washing.
The use of abrasives or industrial cleaners such as Xylene type products can damage and or remove the gel coat layer and therefore should never be used on any fiberglass surface
- This will help remove grit and road debris which may become lodged in your sponge, rag, or brush which could scratch the surface when hand washing.