I purchased Fenwicks Caravan Cleaner recently to (obviously) clean the caravan. I’d seen a few YouTube channels use it and the results were impressive. (This is not a sponsored review)
I’m constantly looking for “the ultimate” caravan cleaner, but then again, what do I really need a caravan cleaner to do? Well, clean the caravan. But not just clean it, I need it to be easy to use and for it to do the hard work and not me.
Fenwicks Caravan Cleaner is releatively inexpensive and you only need one cap full per 5 litres, you get through a few cups fulls washing the whole caravan it has to be said. The bottle contains one litre of cleaner.
- Fenwicks caravan cleaner
- For easy cleaning of all caravan surfaces
- Removes stubborn streaks and algae
- Leaves sparkling bodywork and windows
- Comes in a 1 litre bottle
You wash the caravan in much the same way you would the car, however, don’t use a jet wash. Caravans are leaky enough without you forcing water in the seams.
So, wet the caravan, got 5 litres of water and add one cap. Aggetate the water so that you get bubbles. I find using a small brush easier, but I also use a bigger caravan brush. Give the caravan a good scrub and rinse it off.
Fenwicks Caravan Cleaner can also be used on the car, so no need to buy a seperate cleaner for that.
All in all I was happy with the cleaner, although, I don’t know it’s better than any other cleaner. But the price point means there’s not harm in buying it (for me anyway)
Fenwicks Caravan Cleaner is good enough value to take a punt if you’re unsure. Would I always buy it? Is it the Holy Grail of caravan cleaners? I’m not sure on both points. It is good, it does do what it says. I’d suggest a seperate cleaner for windows, black streaks and wheels. Fenwicks do a seperate Blac Streak Cleaner.
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