When spending time in an RV, you may come to rely on your RV's fresh water system for days at a time. In fact, it may become your only water source for the entire length of your trip.
That is especially true for camping at an RV park that does not offer hookups. Or when truly going off-grid to boondock.
Before any trip, you want to be sure you have enough clean water to last for however long you will be gone. And part of that preparation is keeping your RV's fresh water system clean and sanitized.
The great news is that keeping your RV water system sanitized is not hard to do! The following is my simple guide on how to sanitize a camper water tank.
How Often Should You Sanitize Your RV Tanks?
How often do you sanitize your water system?
Sanitizing your freshwater tank every six months is the best way to ensure that you have potable water on every trip. You will want to sanitize more often for any of the following reasons:
Lend or rent out he RV
You notice foul odors from the water
The water has a bad taste
Purchasing a used RV