What would it be like parking your RV beside a frozen lake? The temperature is something like – 20 and it is taking too much time to cook anything in the kitchen. Adventure – isn’t it? But what if you find the door and windows all frozen after returning from a short walk, and you are unable to get inside the RV? You will be definitely frustrated, blaming yourself, the weather as well as the whole idea of camping in a super-cold region. There is no way such blames can help you to open the doors or the windows. Try the following tips instead.
Just wait until the interior of your RV warms up. This will melt the ice stuck on the windows and you can open them easily. Do not force the power button to open the window as this can break the motor and you will be stuck with a costly repairing job.
Frozen ice is very hard and strong, so do not try to do anything with your bare hands as that will afflict injuries. Take necessary precautions and try any of the above methods to deal with frozen doors and windows.