8 Setbacks You Could Face During Your RV Renovation

This isn’t about deterring you from renovating an RV, it’s more so that we want to prepare you for any and all possibilities. All of the YouTube videos and Instagram accounts show mostly the highlight reel, not the real stuff. We are here to keep it really real and let you know what you could expect during your renovation.

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What You Need to Know Before Renovating a Motorhome

We want to give you our best advice now that we’re on the other side of the journey you’re about to embark on. We’re not just spewing basic technical tips on how to paint nooks n’ crannies or take down valances. We want to disclose to you the mindset shifts that took place over the course of our own renovation. We are about share with you the things we learned over the past year renovating our 30-year-old Rexhal Airex, Luna.

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How to Control Moisture and Mold in an RV

In your average home, moisture can cause mold to grow, wood to rot, and metals to corrode. This means one of our highest priorities is to reduce moisture so as to avoid mold and mildew. If mold or mildew is already present, we must find the source and eradicate it. Not only are we going to discuss about how to remove mold, but also how to hopefully prevent it from happening again.

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A Step-By-Step Guide to RV Demolition

So, you’ve bought an RV and now you want to make it feel like home! Out with the dated 70’s mauve upholstery and carpet (even in the bathroom, what?!) and floral wallpaper. In with updated, clean, mid-century modern design that we love. Here’s our step-by-step guide on how we got started on completely gutting our 1989 Rexhall Airex and uncovered the unpleasant surprises that come with owning a 30 year old rig.

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