Let’s face it; after a long trip in the hot summer, your RV can sometimes smell a little less than inviting. We recently found an article that offers some tips on how to keep your RV smelling as fresh as the day you bought it.
To get the stink out, the author suggests the old staples – baking soda and vinegar. Both are excellent at eliminating odors and cleaning up a mess.
Perhaps the most important tip, however, is to give your RV a good cleaning after each trip. Nobody wants to spend their time cleaning after a long trip, but it’s the best way to ensure a fresh smelling RV the next time you use it.