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Old 10-05-2015, 02:10 AM   #57
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since I have a macerator I did try the old shake in a bottle test years ago. I found single ply, in many different brands, all came apart extremely well so even with a range of users of all genders and ages over several years I've never had a problem. I am convinced the simple single ply and plenty of water is the trouble free formula.

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Old 10-05-2015, 02:40 AM   #58
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Originally Posted by JFXG View Post
Lol... No, I'm sure I don't. But I don't have a clogged toilet, either.

(btw, why do you shout in your posts? Fearful that no one will hear you?). ;-)

John & Diane, fulltiming since '12
'02 DS, FL, 3126, '04 Element
Because I have a new laptop and I keep hitting the caps Lock key. In any event, we don't have blocks any longer once we changed brands. The cheapest certainly isn't the best.
We still use the campground toilets when we can. It ensures us of some exercise as well. If the weather is good we usually use the camp showers as well because we both enjoy a long shower. Not possible when you don't have full hookups in Provincial Parks.

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2012 Ford FX4 with Ecoboost, Timbren Suspension enhancement, Reese 20K 5th wheel
2005 Northwood Acrtic Fox 295T, Reese Sidewinder Pin Box,3K Energizer genset.
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