Okay y'all.... need your thought. There is an ongoing argument in our house about winterizing our rv. Maybe you can help solve our debate.
Okay so we have this great little Graywolf 19RR and we live in North Georgia. We do need to winterize because of the cold weather.
We drain our holding tanks, fresh water tank, water heater and open the low point lines to drain the remaining water. We are okay on the part... hubby and I agree.
After we drain all the tanks and lines we attach a blow out plug to the city water in-take and blow out all the lines, faucets and toilet. All to the point where only air is coming out. Even run the water pump to make sure ALL the water is gone.
Here is where the argumenet comes in....
My hubby says that all we need to do is blow out the lines... all will be good.
I on the other hand think we need to pump RV antifreeze throught the lines and faucets, as well as add some to the holding tanks and sink p-traps. I may add we do use our camper during winter months and have to unwinterize and rewinterize each time we use our rv (about once a month).
So do we need to use rv antifreeze in the lines, faucets, p-traps and tanks or not?
Who do you think is right?