Originally Posted by steve dunham
Just out of curiosity , ď Why do you feel the need to pressure wash your trailer ?...
Maybe he wants to see how many leak points he can create
But seriously.. I have such a problem keeping my Scamp
dry the last thing I want to do is spray water at high pressure at it. I might pressure wash far from the windows
, vents, etc... but that leaves only a few square feet at best where I might consider pressure washing.
Last week we had over two inches of rain in one day, and for a short time I had a leak under the (large) fridge
on the starboard side. It was not much water, or should I say that the water I found was not much - who knows how much more was hidden. The fridge
vent does seem to be an occasion problem. Looking at it today I noticed that with the trailer level, the bottom of the lower fridge
vent frame tilts inward. So maybe some of the water that drips down along the frame ends up inside. I do find that the wood that the fridge is mounted on gets wet sometimes. I tried a mod that might help but time will tell.
If I pressure washed around the vent however, I am sure that water would get in. I only hand wash and I use care how I spray water from the garden hose.