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Old 06-04-2012, 03:54 PM   #15
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You can buy a non-chlorine sanitizer or use one after first using chlorine to eliminate the smell. I bought Taste Pure at Camping World. I imagine there are others. Seemed to work well.

Now I camp often enough that I've not sanitized the tank since 2007. No problems, though I only fill it at home. I use the City water at campgrounds, but don't let it into my tank.
Thanks for the reply. I will give Taste Pure a try.

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Old 06-04-2012, 04:51 PM   #16
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Nice link John. That puts some credibility behind the proportions for chlorine treatment. I think that proportion table is for chlorine that would be residual in the potable water (to be consumed by people & pets). If you are "sanitizing," and would be draining & refilling, you could use higher concentrations up to a reasonable level, as the higher concentration will only reside in the tank & piping for a short time, then will be diluted by draining & refilling.

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