Winterize Your Boat or RV
Published on 10/30/2021
It's getting cold again so it's time to be sure
that your boat or RV are winterized and safely parked for the winter. Of
course you need to drain all your lines and tanks and fill them with a
little of the pink RV anti-freeze. If you are parking your boat or RV at
a storage facility you may want to do a little more to make sure that
your vehicle stays in top shape through the winter months.
- add some fuel stabilizer to the gas tank.
sure your fabric cover is stretched tight across your boat or RV so the
wind won't tear it loose and rain or snow can't pool on it.
your refrigerator, cooler, live box or other closed compartments with
wadded up newspaper. This works great to keep the moisture (and mildew)
out of the area.
- Be sure you have a current photo of your boat
or RV in case there is any damage or loss that will need to be reported
through the course of the winter months.
- If you are parking your
RV outdoors or under an awning, close the window shades and put a shade
in the front windshield to keep the sun from heating up the interior or
fading any of the fabric inside.
- Be sure there is no food or
food remnants in your boat or RV that might attract critters. Add some
mouse bait to ensure that any rodents who find their way in can do
little or no damage.
Beaver Lake Storage
near Eureka Springs, AR offers lots of options for parking boats and RVs. We
have outside parking, covered parking and fully enclosed units for most boat
and motor home sizes. Call 479-253-2020 or log on to www.beaverlakestorage.net for availability. Beaver Storage near Avoca, AR also offers various parking options. You can reach that facility at 479-636-9498.
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