You may not see it on a regular basis, but chances are your camper rubber roof is in need of a clean. Here is a fool-proof way to clean the roof of your RV or motor home.
Step 1 - Clear Debris
Ascend to the camper rubber roof to remove anything you can by hand. This could be leaves, branches or other debris.
Step 2 - Mix Your Cleaner
Your camper manufacturer may have recommendations as to which cleaner to use on your camper rubber roof or you could use a non-abrasive household cleaner instead or even regular dish soap. Dilute your cleaner in water and mix in a bucket or, if you don't want to carry it up to your camper's roof, a spray bottle.
Step 3 - Scrub
Apply your cleaning solution to a small section of your camper rubber roof and then scrub with a bristled brush. Move on from section to section until you've cleaned the whole roof.
Step 4 - Rinse
The best way to rinse the cleaner off your camper rubber roof is with a hose. You could use buckets full of water but lugging them up to the roof could be tedious. A power washer is another option, but too much force could ruin your camper rubber roof.