RVs are designed to withstand a variety of weather conditions and natural forces. But even the best campers can develop mold, mildew, and general debris build-up over time. When this happens, RV owners often look for ways of removing mildew from RV exterior surfaces.
Mildew can damage the paint and surface of your RV, as well as create an unpleasant smell and appearance. If left unchecked, this problem could quickly become worse and spread to other parts of the vehicle (inside and out). Proper mold and mildew removal is essential to RV maintenance, especially if you live in particularly humid areas.