Taking some time before putting your RV up for sale, it will yield better results than letting it go as is. Cleanliness Counts.
- Wash and wax your RV's exterior.
- Armor All the wheels and inflate them to the proper pressure.
- Remove bumper stickers & affiliation stickers.
- Paint minor scratches.
- Clean the engine compartment.
- Clean the interior thoroughly; shampoo the upholstery and carpets.
- Repair or replace window treatments (blinds, shades, etc.) that don't work properly.
- Eliminate any odors with an air freshener
Repairs you should make all inexpensive repairs, let the potential buyers know of any major repairs needed. You can negotiate the difference if needed. If it is a safety issue, be sure to make the repairs needed for a safe vehicle. Some simple repairs.
- Change the oil and oil filter.
- Replace all burnt out bulbs and fuses.
- Lubricate door hinges.
- Repair windshield cracks. Have this done by a professional, if necessary.
- Check all fluid levels and refill fluids, as needed.
buyers are looking for good value for their money, Its a used vehicle and normal wear and tear are expected, be prepared to provide maintenance and service records and receipts