How to Perform Recreational Vehicle Repairs on the Go

RV life can be an adventure until something needs fixing. The AZ Channel on YouTube has a lot of content about recreational vehicle repairs and how to repair them. One of their videos, How To Repair Loose Laminated RV Sidewalls: And Why It’s Not Done, deals with repairing sidewall delamination on RVs.

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1. Sidewall Delamination
Keep an eye out for telltale signs of damage to avoid severe deterioration, which costs a lot more to repair.
Reseal seams around the damaged areas with lap sealant. Having a delamination repair kit comes in handy while traveling. It’s essential to repair the RV at least once a year to prevent severe damage.
2. Leaky Roof
These can cause severe damage to an RV. Noticing and dealing with the problem earlier on can save on costs.
Check for cracks or holes in the sealant along the roof and deal with them as soon as possible.
3. Lubricant Spray
Having stuck windows might be a minor issue until the weather changes. Having some waterproof lubricant can help get the window unstuck. It also helps with creaking doors.
Wrapping Up
A basic repair kit while traveling with your RV helps deal with unexpected disruptions.

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