Originally Posted by chfan558
Okay, so here we go....
- trailer has been on site for about 4 years. Used very little, It has been taken care of very well. Black tank has been open, and connect to sewer, i am guessing the whole time. Everything i read that is a no no. I am going to close it, go ahead an treat it, and put water in and let it sit.. then fill and open it and let it flow.. sound right ? other suggestions will be welcome.
Cover or just tarp it ?
Treat the rubber roof with anything? or just clean it ?
Antifreeze into the Freshwater tank, and pump it through to winterize the plumbing lines. Correct ? (bypass the water heater, got it)
Lubricate the Slides ?
We used to winterized now we take it to Florida
I never covered mine. I had vent covers and left the vents open all,winter to let the trailer breath
If it's a rubber roof Dicor makes a cleaner and conditioner. A lot of people clean it with the blue dawn dish washing liquid.
The Non Toxic antifreeze does not go into the fresh water tank, the 12 volt pump sucks it into the system. Check U Tube, there are plenty of videos on how to do it.
You should clean and lube the slides through out the season as recommended.
Again check out U Tube. There are instructional videos on everything, just do a search.
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