Washing the vehicle
- Never clean the vehicle in the car wash. Water can penetrate the refrigerator gills, the waste gas vents, the extractor hood vents or the forced ventilation devices. The vehicle could be damaged.
- Wash the vehicle only on a washing site intended for this purpose.
Avoid full sunshine. Observe environmental measures.
- Only clean external applications and synthetic parts with plenty of warm water, dish washing liquid and soft cloth.
- Wash down the vehicle with plenty of water, a clean sponge or a soft brush. In the case of stubborn dirt add dish washing liquid to the water. Painted exterior walls may also be cleaned with a caravan cleaner.
- Treat surfaces made of glass-fibre reinforced plastic (GRP) only with mild cleaners. Cleaning agents and polishes for GRP surfaces are available from specialist dealers.
- Add-on parts made of glass-fibre reinforced plastic (GRP) require a regular follow-up treatment with a polisher. This way these parts will not turn yellow and the sealing of the surface remains intact.
- Rub talcum onto the rubber seals on doors and storage flaps.
- Treat locking cylinder of doors and storage flaps with graphite dust.
Windows of acrylic glass
- Acrylic glass windows are delicate and require very careful handling.
- Never rub acrylic glass windows dry as dust particles might damage the surface.
- Only clean acrylic glass windows with plenty of warm water, some dish washing liquid and a soft cloth.
- Never use glass cleaning agents with chemical, abrasive or alcohol-containing additives. Premature brittleness of the panes and associated cracks may result from their use.
- Avoid contact of cleaners used for the bodywork (e.g. tar- or silicone-removing agents) with acrylic glass.
- Do not clean vehicle in car wash.
- Do not attach stickers to the acrylic glass windows.