Run Your Generator: Gas goes bad after about a month, keep it moving through the motor.
Top Off Batteries: Be sure to use only distilled water if you plan to top off your batteries’ water levels.
Clean The A/C: Vacuum and clean vents.
Test Safety Equipment: Check smoke, carbon monoxide and other battery-powered detectors or safety equipment.
Keep Pests Out: Check for any loose, abroaded, or any access points to get in.
Care For Slideouts: Lubricate the mechanism to help them move in and out smoothly and protect against rust or corrosion.
Check Your Seals: Take a look at exterior sealants and re-seal any voids, cracks or separation.
Deep Clean: Winterize or perform a deep cleaning.
Inspect: Periodically inspect for damage, and any potential entry points for rodents, birds or insects.
Wax On: Increase paint longevity with a great coat of wax..
Filter Your Water: Every 6-8 weeks, pour a half cup of bleach into the fresh water tank, fill, let sit a day and run it through the lines.
Weigh It: Head to a local weigh station to ensure you are not over the load limit.
Examine Tires: Checking tire pressure and wear and tear is a critical part of staying safe.
Check Your Seals: Take a look at your exterior seals, especially roof seals.
Treat Metals: Apply a gentle lubricant to areas where metal rubs on metal like the hitch, leveling jacks or entry steps.
Keep Track: Maintenance records tell a story.
Stay Cool: Have your heating and cooling systems professionally tuned up.
Service Brakes: Keep them working properly. You need them.
Test Safety Equipment: Vacuum carbon monoxide and smoke detector covers, wash them with a lightly dampened cloth, dry and test (replace if not functioning as intended). Inspect Propane: Inspect your tank and test for leaks once a year, or every 5,000 miles, whichever comes first.
Check Your Seals: Since seal “lifetimes” and environmental factors vary, it’s recommended to review these and consider resealing the key exterior areas.