Maintenance and Keeping Up Around the Airstream

Since buying Flo, I have become an avid reader of the AirForums forum and refer to it frequently for advice and suggestions. It is an ongoing dialog of questions and answers… and you can bet that if you have a question someone else along the way has had the same question. Somewhere along the way, I also ran across this book, Life’s (Nearly) complete Guide to Airstream Maintenance by Rich Luhr.

The book is a must have for any Airstream owner. Easy to read, simple instructions guide you through critical maintenance concerns.  Admittedly, the book is sort of steep in price (nearly $30) but a small sum in comparison to the hundreds it will undoubtedly save you. It would also make a great holiday gift for any Airstream owner!

From the publisher:

Finally, a trustworthy and complete book about Airstream maintenance! Maintenance of your Airstream is not difficult. With just a few basic tools and this guide, you can do almost every routine task yourself and save money. You’ll learn how to inspect and maintain every major system of your Airstream, and be ready to fix small problems that crop up while traveling. No other book available contains so much Airstream-specific and reliable advice from experienced Airstreamers, product manufacturers, service techs, and factory personnel. Includes recommended tools, storage tips, practical suggestions, and dozens of illustrations.