First as many say antifreeze is cheap, taking precautions and always prepare for the worst and you will never be caught with your drawers down.. But you must know about your camper and know insulation factors and where your water lines are, what type you have, most have pex lines. I know exactly where my water lines run and found all openings where lines come in to camper, low points, bypasses, in my FR Flagstaff V Lite water lines are run in a channel in the floor within the aluminum floor frame in insulation with a quarter inch ply on bottom and the chloroplast plastic for underbelly that is covered. Only exposed pipes are the low point, shower outside and dump valves. I have heated tanks and elbows. These are just a few things you need to know. If your storing it for the winter or are you just preparing for freezing temps at night or a weather event that is not going to last long before you are above freezing again and you have the inside of camper heated. Hope this helps a little....
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