Whether you’re sprucing up the interior or the exterior of your vehicle, one thing’s for sure – you’ll want the best caravan cleaner to do the job.
That’s where the Practical Caravan Awards 2022 come in. They’re here to help you choose the top products out there as we use our decades of experience within the industry to pick out the best cleaning product for your caravan, as well as the other standout contenders.
You’ll get your caravan clean and back to its sparkling best in no time at all!
The winner of the best caravan cleaner is…
Fenwicks Caravan Cleaner
Key considerations when you’re looking for the best caravan cleaner are likely to be its effectiveness, the likelihood of it damaging the caravan, and whether or not it will leave streaks. Step forward, Fenwicks Caravan Cleaner.
Made specifically for use on caravans, it’s suitable for cleaning off all manner of dirt, ranging from black streaks and green algae to traffic film and general muck. The cleaner is also safe to use on all caravan surfaces – whether you’re looking to clean plastics and sealants or acrylic windows and aluminium, Fenwicks Caravan Cleaner will attract the grime, returning the bodywork to its original glory.
We also like that there are no aggressive agents in it either. This limits the prospect of damage to the caravan, which is always a risk when using harsher cleaning agents.
What else can I use to clean my caravan?
There are still other products that will help you clean your caravan in no time at all. These are the other best caravan cleaning products on the market that we recommend.
Silky Cream Cleaner
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As caravan cleaners go, this non-scratching, non-abrasive cream provides reassurance by remaining virtually unchanged for more than 40 years. Silky Cream Cleaner will remove any dirt from your caravan without messing with the PVC or plastics when you’re cleaning with it too.
Dirtbusters Premium Caravan Motorhome Wash & Wax with Carnauba Wax
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Give your caravan a professional clean with this premium product. The quick drying formula will leave you with a gleaming finish, as the addition of the Carnauba Wax creates a barrier that continues to protect the paintwork after application. A little also goes a long way – as you only need two capfuls per bucket, a five litre bottle should create up to 1,000 litres of cleaning solution.
Autoglym Caravan & Motorhome Cleaner
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This caravan cleaner can be used on a wide variety of surfaces – including metals, plastics and carpets. This means you’ll be able to use Autoglym Caravan & Motorhome Cleaner to effectively remove algae and black streaks, returning your caravan to squeaky-clean condition with minimal effort.
Care-avan Caravan Shampoo
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Tested and endorsed by Bailey, Care-avan Caravan Shampoo will let you quickly and easily wash your caravan and clean it up, as you wave goodbye to all of those stubborn stains that have been catching your eye.
RRP: £9.99 for one litre
MB14 (Mudbuster) Caravan & Motorhome Cleaner
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Cleaning with MB14 (formerly known as Mudbuster) will remove any stubborn stains from your caravan’s exterior to ensure your next touring experience will be a gleaming one.
If you mix it to the suitable dilution rate, you’ll also be able to use it as an interior cleaner on surfaces ranging from seats, worktops, fridges and flooring, giving you a truly all-round clean.
Rhino Goo! Caravan and Motorhome Cleaner
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Not only does Rhino Goo! get rid of algae and mould, it can also prevent future growth, subsequently making the cleaning process quicker and easier down the line.
A five litre bottle should give you up to 50 litres of cleaning solution, while the hydrophobic wax finish helps repel water.
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