When it comes to cleaning products, you need to be sure that the ones you use do not cause unnecessary wear to your camper. We sell what we use, so if it doesn't work out in the shop, we don't sell it. Each product we sell has a specific purpose, so be sure to ask us what would work for YOUR situation. This is not intended to be an exhaustive list for cleaning and maintenance - just a few select thoughts regarding recurring problems, and products we often recommend.
One of the most neglected areas of maintenance on most RVs is the wheels and axles. Replacing your tires on a regular basis is not a gimmick to get you to buy more tires. Tires that are not used regularly become brittle and they deteriorate from weather. Seven years is the maximum lifespan of any trailer tire, regardless of its appearance. After 3 years, you should start checking the tires regularly for cracks, bulging, and uneven wear. Regardless of their appearance though, they need to be replaced after 7 years. We know this from experience, as every year we see dozens of campers come through our service department for repairs due to tire blowouts.