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Old 01-05-2011, 02:57 PM   #1
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Drain Master Introduction

Dear RVing Friends,
Weíre Drain Master, and have over 10 years of actual RVing experience. Thatís right; we actually use RVís so we know what you want and what issues you face. We specialize in all aspects of dumping RV holding tanks in a more sanitary, uneventful way for the RVíer and we do it in an environmentally friendly way.
We are excited to have joined your forum here at iRV2. We have our business information on the vendorís forum, but above all we are here to assist you with any questions you may have regarding your dumping experiences. We are not here to sell our product, even though we believe itís the best of course, we are here to give you specialized information when needed.
Donít hesitate to email us at dumperdan@drainmaster or call us at 877-787-8833.
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Dan,

I want to thank Drainmaster for joining us here on iRV2.com. I've read a lot about Draimaster and the video clips that you have on your website show exactly what all your products do in real time. Very nicely done.

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We got their system after using a macerator for almost a year... couldn't stand the smell and odors from the macerator! After taking my waste valves apart to change them because of age, I couldn't believe all the sludge in the valves and elbows from the lack of good flow with using the macerator.
We've had the DrainMaster System now for about 3-4 months and love it!!! No leaks at all, it actually locks onto the RV so it can't explode off and has a very solid hose with no coil rings inside it to sludge up.... GREAT PRODUCT!!!!
Plus, if you need technical info or help in ordering, they actually answer their phones and emails!
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Old 01-07-2011, 11:34 AM   #4
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Thank you....

Thank you Down Sizer... We are really excited that you are happy with our product. We, of couse, feel our product is superior, but to hear you feel the same is great!!

And I would like to emphize your statement about our service!! We are here to give you our full attention if you have any questions or you want to order by phone. You can also order our products on our website at Drain Master.

Have a wonderful weekend...

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Old 01-07-2011, 12:09 PM   #5
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Welcome Dan!!!

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Sounds interesting, I'm going to check out what is offered.
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i watched the videos
so will the hose not store in a under carried 4" pvc hose tube, similar to a bumper hose holder i am not fond of putting a poopie hose inside my basement, even if it is inside a stearlite container

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i watched the videos
so will the hose not store in a under carried 4" pvc hose tube, similar to a bumper hose holder i am not fond of putting a poopie hose inside my basement, even if it is inside a stearlite container

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Yes you can store the system in an under coach carrier with our Waste Master Cam Loc Adaptor kit. You can fin it here drain master|waste master|polychute Our part # 5709 is designed specifically for this use.
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Please check out our site and call us if you have any questions regarding any of our products.
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Thank you for the welcome. We are really excited to be here and be of any assistance on any subject. Being an RVer for 10 years, we do understand the ups and downs of RVing.

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I'm going to stick with my EzKleen system for now. It seems to work best for me.
EZE Kleen ... The only RV sewer system you'll ever love!
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I'm going to stick with my EzKleen system for now. It seems to work best for me.
EZE Kleen ... The only RV sewer system you'll ever love!
Hi Jerry... we appreciate you taking a look at our site and please call us with any questions regarding waste evacuation. As stated before we are not here to sell, but to help support the RVers.
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Simple question for Drain Master.... What is the anticipated life of the hose? (Assuming no damage) Thanks in advance

I will have to replace one of my hoses fairly soon.. Kind of interested in knowing if this one will outlast the one I have now.

Strange thing.. .The El-Cheapo that General RV gave me in 2005.. Is still in service... Not often (It normally remains in the pipe I store it in) but..... It don't leak.
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