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cleaning products for RVersGoing camping doesn’t necessarily mean being dirty. In fact, most RVers much prefer returning to a nice clean space at the end of a long day in nature.

Of course, it’s easiest to keep a space clean when you have the right products. For this reason, there are certain cleaning products every RVer should keep on hand.


Let’s begin with exterior cleaners. After all, the outside of your rig is what the vast majority of people will see, so keeping it clean should be a priority. Many consider it a huge hassle to clean their RV exterior.

However, the task is made much easier when you use the products listed below, and in some cases it’s even a little bit fun to see your rig go from dingy to shiny.

3X:Chemistry Black Streak Cleaner

The dreaded streaks that magically appear—sometimes overnight—on the sides of your camper are a serious annoyance for nearly every RVer. Nobody could ever keep up with the full wash schedule that would be needed to keep these things at bay. This 3X:Chemistry Black Streak Cleaner does an excellent job getting rid of the streaks until wash time rolls around again.

Roadmaster 9910 Voom

When wash time does roll around, you’ll definitely want to have some Roadmaster 9910 Voom on hand. This stuff is tough enough to work its way through almost any spot or stain without damaging the exterior of your RV at all. Best of all, it can be used on the sides of the camper, the awning, and even the roof!

B.E.S.T. 60032 Wash and Wax

When you’re finished cleaning, turn to B.E.S.T. 60032 Wash and Wax for an extra cleaning and a bit of wax to shine things up. This product is easy to use and much loved by the RV community.cleaning rv


Once the exterior of your rig is looking good, it’s time to head inside. Having a clean RV interior means having a relaxing space to spend time in. It also means that fewer pests (such as mice and bugs) will make themselves welcome, so it’s a win-win.

Here’s what you’ll want to grab before your interior cleaning session.

Clorox Antibacterial Wet Wipes

We love Clorox wipes! They’re perfect for those times when water is limited, but you need to wipe something up. They also work well for disinfecting counters and other yucky areas quickly and easily, something that is greatly appreciated after a long day of roadschooling.

Puracy Natural All Purpose Cleaner

Of course, wet wipes won’t always be enough. This is why we keep Puracy Natural All Purpose Cleaner on hand. This stuff is awesome because it can be used on nearly any hard surface, from windows to bathrooms and everything in between. That means we only need to keep one bottle around to tackle nearly any job.

Lysol Bathroom Cleaner

If you’re worried the Puracy cleaner above won’t be enough in the bathroom, go ahead and grab a bottle of Lysol Bathroom Cleaner. This is some of the best bathroom cleaner out there, and will definitely help keep your RV bathroom looking and smelling fresh.

Pine Sol Original

Keeping the floors clean is always a challenge. After all, you are spending time in nature, and that means plenty of dirt and debris is going to be tracked inside. This is where Pine Sol Original steps in. If you have hard floors in your rig, this is the very best product for cleaning them up. Put some diluted solution on a washcloth or mop, and soon your floors will be good as new.

Bissell Cordless Stick Vacuum

Not everyone has hard floors throughout their rig. For those who don’t, Pine Sol definitely won’t get the job done. Instead, these folks need the Bissell Cordless Stick Vacuum. This vacuum cleaner is slim so it fits well into the RV, but it’s also powerful enough to clean up those camping messes.

Adam’s Interior Detailer

Finally, those who own a motorhome will likely be looking for a way to keep their cab area clean. Adam’s Interior Detailer is our pick for this job. It cleans well, leaves everything shiny, and smells good to boot.

Pick up these 9 fabulous cleaning products, and you’ll be ready to tackle any mess. In fact, you may just have the cleanest RV in the campground!

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About the Author:

Chelsea has the amazing opportunity to take part in full-time RV living and traveling with her tiny tribe. She homeschools her five-year-old son as they travel, and takes full advantage of their unique situation by using the entire world as her son’s classroom. A group of total Disney fanatics, Chelsea and her family often find themselves in the Orlando area in order to visit the Disney parks, but they have also visited over 25 of the 50 states with plans to see many more along the way. No matter where her travels take her, Chelsea enjoys riding bikes, gazing at beautiful sunsets, finding new coffee shops, Irish dancing, and sitting around a campfire with her family.

You can join her adventures through her blog, Wonder Wherever We Wander.

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