23/05/2019
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How to clean your caravan and kit on the move!

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Is this the ideal camping companion for keeping your caravan and kit clean when you tour?

With many campsites located off the beaten track, water and electricity supplies can be difficult to access if you need to clean the outside of the caravan or get your camping equipment spick and span. Or even just to clean the mud off your boots after a day out and about!

Bosch Home and Garden’s Fontus, a cordless low-pressure cleaner, is the ideal camping companion, enabling you to clean your kit on the spot and save the interior of your tent or caravan from the inevitable mud or sand that comes with a holiday in the great outdoors. Whether it’s washing off the winter algae, rinsing down a muddy trailer, or sprucing up your outdoor furniture – the Fontus can do it all.

The Fontus has an 18-volt battery which provides 60 minutes of power between charges. Its onboard tank holds 15 litres of water. You don’t need fresh water to fill it, either. Rainwater or river water is just as good, and its removable filter takes out any debris. The filter is easy to clean too.

The spray head has four spray settings and three pressure settings, so you can adjust it to what you want to clean. Cleaning your muddy dog, rinsing your sandy kayak or washing your filthy bike after a ride are all much easier with a Bosch Fontus.

And, you can clean your dirty caravan when you arrive onsite after a dirty drive. The Bosch Fontus makes keeping your kit and caravan clean easier than ever before.

Watch our video review below or find out more on Amazon UK here!

 

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