How do i Sell My Caravan

We will now assume that if you are reading this blog post that you are possibly interested in Selling your Caravan.

There are many ways you could sell your caravan including auto trader, eBay and local papers to name but a few. All of these involve spending money on advertising, arranging viewings, waiting in for people not to turn up etc.

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GLOSSARY OF MOTORHOME TERMS

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Not everyone is looking to sell their motorhome or campervan, but still lots of people interested in motorhomes come to our site. We are trying to make our site more informative about motorhomes and caravanning in general. this blog post is just a glossary of terms used in motorhomes and campervans.

 

If you have any good ideas for more informative posts we can do please let us know at webmaster@sellmycaravancumbria.co.uk

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Glossary of Caravanning Terms

sell_my_caravan_clipartNot everyone is looking to sell their caravan, but still lots of people interested in caravanning come to our site. We are trying to make our site more informative about caravanning in general. this blog post is just a glossary of terms used in caravanning.

If you have any good ideas for more informative posts we can do please let us know at webmaster@sellmycaravancumbria.co.uk

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Preparing your Caravan for Winter Storage

Whether you’re looking to sell you caravan or not, preparing it for storage is important to prevent damage, damp and mould.

Inside the Caravan;

  1. Remove all valuables and personal documents from the Caravan.
  2. LPG Cylinders should be removed and stored in a cool, well ventilated location
  3. Clean and vacuum carpets, curtains and upholstery and if possible remove the soft furnishings and store in a warm, dry place. If it is not possible to remove cushions store them on the edge away from caravan walls to allow air circulation. Cover them with a sheet to stop sunlight fading them.
  4. Wipe down all walls and ceiling with mild anti bacterial solution.
  5. Empty all Cupboards, leave small doors ajar to help with ventilation, but close larger doors as the may warp.
  6. Refrigerator should be emptied, cleaned out and the door left ajar. Hob/Oven should be cleaned and degreased.
  7. Blinds and fly screens should be left retracted so damage is not caused to the return springs.
  8. If you have a pump switch on your water system make sure it is set to the OFF position. Then open all taps, including shower. Opening all taps allows air into the system which in turn should make the drain process quicker. If you have mixer taps, make sure they are set midway between hot and cold. Flush and empty the waste tank
  9. If you have regular access to the caravan, use some moisture absorbing crystals to cupboard corners to help prevent condensation, but these will need replaced fairly frequently.
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Inside the Caravan

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