De-Winterizing RV - I'm a newbie
All, A few weeks ago I took delivery of a 2015 Keystone Springdale 260LE. She's a beautie!! And a huge step up from my 1982 Sunline TT in which the only thing that worked was the AC. I didn't know much about the 1982, and didn't really need to know much considering that nothing worked LOL.
So, here are my questions...
Can I de-winterize my RV at home before taking it out on the road? I saw that someone, when they drained the tanks after getting all the pink out, they just emptied the black/grey water into a 5 gal bucket and said they flushed it down their home toilet. Is this a viable option?
This weekend I would love to de-winterize the TT, as next weekend I will be taking it to the campground that I will be parking it at. I'd like to go ahead and get it all de-winterized and mostly ready before I leave, rather then de-winterizing it there.
I still feel like there is a lot to learn, and a short period of time to learn it, but I will learn as I go I suppose. Thanks for you help in advance!