Originally Posted by Chateau_Nomad
dk - edumacate me...
when you do your "40psi blowout" do you have the pump ON - even briefly? Would that be necessary, or would it depend on how the plumbing is routed? I'm thinking about adding this to my winterize routine.
I have pump off.
From my view when I turn pump off and drip dry (minute or two) I am 99.9% water free and ready for the next Texas freeze. But I pull out the compressor and blow my lines just to watch it spit what little residuals it can find. I got a nice compressor with pressure regulator; plus a really really nice blowout plug adapter, by golly I am gonna use them whenever I get a chance
I don't see the plumbing being a factor other the technonese about which faucet you may wish to open first as you go from fixture to fixture. I just start with the one my beer is closest to, or 1st first one I see
btw, I ordered the Aerospace 303 Wipes. When my current spray bottle of 303 goes out, I will see if the wipes work better and last longer? I think it may because I don't have to spray on microfiber cloth and one wipe may do a lot more than I think? It comes with 40 wipes. And my favorite part, it is about $5 cheaper
. I know most RV owners don't seem to care about cost of stuff; seems like if you can buy RV you are automatically afforded an unlimited supply of gas
, but to me being thrifty is how I was able buy my RV, and saving money is a fun part of the entire game.