I need to get some RV anti-freeze and get serious about getting things ready for winter. I need to get my hands on an air-compressor to blow the lines dry and find out which valves isolate the water heater.
The previous owner left a number of cryptic notes on fittings he changed and tips on draining sumps — and reviewing them, I’m getting a better sense of the process.
RV anti-freeze is about $4.00/gallon and as it turns out, my neighbor has a small air compressor. Now he just has to find the fitting for tire valves (nothing like being a picky borrower.)
So, I’m draining the drinking water tank through the spigot on the bottom and will read once more all the guidance I’m finding online and with the materials that came with the Airstream.
This isn’t rocket science — and once I’ve done it – I’ll have it down for future winters. I’ll tackle it in the next day or so and report back. Meanwhile, I’m checking the forecast – 32 tonight but getting down to 26 later in the week. Tomorrow is winterization day!