I'm about to get the ready for the summer season. What do people do with the anti-freeze that is in the lines. Do you save it for next winter or do you just "flush" itand get new anti-freeze next winter?
I usually place an empty anti freeze jug under the low point drains and catch it. Next fall I pour it in the drains. I'm not sure if the RV anti freeze looses some of it's strength or not. I have heard that it dose.
2008 Cruiser CF26RK
2013 Ford Eco-Boost
Heavy duty payload - Max tow
I'm not sure, for the cost of two or three gallons of RV antifreeze, that it's worth taking a chance that the stuff hasn't lost strength or become contaminated from year to year. I think we used about 3 gallons in our RV last fall, at about $3 (?) a gallon, as bestI can remember. Of course, I haven't gotten the trailer out of storage yet for the season, and I may wish I'd filled the trailer from floor to ceiling with antifreeze.