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Winter camper care

Postby pondering » 06 Jan 2019, 19:26

This is my first winter with my first camper and I'm wondering what care 'actions' I should be taking to look after 'her' (Sybl) over winter. I don't have a garage and park on street. What care do you 'old hands' take of your vans over winter please?
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Re: Winter camper care

Postby R0B » 06 Jan 2019, 22:43

A good carnauba waxing is the best thing you can do for your van.And drive it regulary. They dont like being stood.
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Winter camper care

Postby clift_d » 07 Jan 2019, 00:41

Also, the consensus view is that you shouldn't use a cover.
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Re: Winter camper care

Postby Dubworth » 08 Jan 2019, 15:59

R0B wrote:A good carnauba waxing is the best thing you can do for your van.And drive it regulary. They dont like being stood.


I'll second both of those. Also, pro-active rust prevention, dinitrol ML in the cavities etc, oiling/greasing hinges/locks etc. is always good :)
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