Start by hosing down the entire RV exterior, then use soap, warm water, and a soft-bristled brush to scrub away all dirt, grime, and mildew.
Next up, check for any areas that need REPAIRS due to dings, scratches, or other damage. If there are any visible cracks in your RV’s surface, fill them with a flexible caulk before you begin painting.
Once you’ve repaired any damaged areas and allowed the surface to dry, it’s time to tape off any areas that you don’t want to be painted. This includes windows, door frames, trim, lights, etc.
Once the surface is ready and all areas have been taped off, you can start sanding. This helps create an EVEN surface for your paint job, so it’s important not to skip this step.
When applying the paint to the exterior surface, you can choose a paintbrush, roller, and paint gun sprayer.