Traveling tiny homes get soiled, regardless of how regularly they hit the street. After our first cross-country street journey, from North Carolina to Colorado, our home windows seemed dingy and dirt splattered. The backside few boards of our siding have been dirty, darkish and sticky. After every subsequent journey, the street grime slowly climbed larger and better. Goodbye shiny clear-coated cedar and whats up rustic. At an open home occasion, a visiting child commented, “that must be a really old tiny house.” Our tiny house was solely a yr and half previous on the time.
Good information: it doesn’t take a lot to wash off the grime and restore a tiny home to its unique glory.
To assist shield our little abode, we strain wash it as soon as per yr after which reseal our siding. Resealing is vital. Important tip: by no means stand too near the construction when you spray, particularly if it’s painted. A protected distance will range relying on siding sort and oomph of your strain washer, energy washer. Cautiously check it out earlier than utterly diving into your home wash.
Just keep in mind: correct upkeep whereas mandatory, can be enjoyable.
For extra on how we care for our touring tiny home and trailer, watch this:
-Alexis Stephens, Tiny House Blog Contributor
My associate, Christian and I are touring tiny home dwellers. Together we’ve been on the street two years for our documentary and group outreach challenge, Tiny House Expedition. We reside, breathe, dream the tiny house group every single day. This is our life and our true ardour undertaking. We are very grateful to have the ability to expertise this inspiring motion in such an intimate means and to have the ability to share our exploration with all of you.