Checking for water leaks
Today's RV Travel tip was about regular maintenance to prevent water leaks. They mentioned having it done once a year.
I know there is a process whereby they fill your unit with air, spray something on the outside, and look for bubbles, and these would indicate any leaks where water can get in. I might have even read about it on this forum.
This sounds like a good thing to do. Does anyone know what this process is called, in case I want to Google it in our area? It's hard to look for something if you don't know what it's called.
2012 Cruiser Sahara 330SS
2015 F250 Super Duty diesel