Upholstery cleaning – soft furnishings should be vacuumed occasionally to remove grit and sand and help to keep its smart appearance and ensure long life. The upholstery can be cleaned with a mild, reputable upholstery cleaner. It is recommended that the curtains and pelmets are specialist cleaned only. The foam used in cushions is manufactured to meet fire regulations. It requires time to return to its normal position after prolonged use.
How to clean the exterior - Plastic Panels (GRP) These are used for front and rear panels, side walls and roof. Cleaning 1. Wash the caravan regularly with mild detergent. Rinse with cold water and dry the vehicle with a chamois or microfiber cloth. 2. For better protection a similar coloured good quality car wax may be applied. For sealed areas a mild soap is the best way to clean without affecting the sealant. CAUTION: Acid or alkaline based cleaners or solvents should not be used.
How to clean the caravan/motorhome window - Acrylic windows Cleaning windows While the acrylic used for the windows is very durable, it can be scratched with relative ease and therefore, care must be taken when cleaning your vehicle. Wash windows carefully, as you would with the paintwork of your car, do not scrub windows prior to removing surface dirt and film with a hose pipe - trapped dirt could cause scratching. Wash with a solution of warm soapy water, windows can then be dried off with chamois or microfiber cloth. Take care to ensure that the drying cloth is clean and free from grit. Small scratches can be removed, consult your dealer. Catches and stays do not require any special attention or lubrication.
CAUTION: Do not use aggressive cleaning products.