OK, first time doing this, so hope I got it right.
I followed Prime Time's online guide to a T, using the 25psi air compressor method. As I had to unscrew a panel to put my water heater in bypass mode, once I was done blowing air through the lines, I put the heater back in regular use mode before replacing the panel, so as not to have to take off the panel again in the Spring. (I think next time I will add some type of hinge and clasp). Also poured good quantities of RV antifreeze in all the drains. By the way, I used threading Teflon tape when I replaced the water heater drain plug. Is that OK?
Gave everything a good cleaning, and as it will be stored inside a barn, I placed a few packets of Fresh Cab Rodent repellent in the kitchen area, and hung up a Damp Rid in the bathroom.
Had some extra energy so I washed the outside, and used Eagle's Wax as you Dry spray wax. (Washing on a ladder is an adventure itself
Thought if I missed anything or an easier way?