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Old 03-29-2013, 06:58 PM   #15
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sewer solutions

We still use chemicals that can be purchased at any RV store as they help to break down the toilet paper etc. in the black tan when you have to flush. As far as toilet paper goes we buy the type good for septic tanks as it will still wipe and not leave a problem on hands or ???. There are also chemicals available at RV store for grey water to help with odor and any other problems that can arise.We have been camping 30 plus years with campers, MH's, travel trailers and never a problem. Good luck to you and yours and happy camping.

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Odor tip

Good Tip: We always make sure our fans are off before opening the toilet lever. If you don't do this the smell from your holding tanks will be sucked up into your trailer.

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Also, do I drain the tanks completely when its time to winterize?
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Old 04-03-2013, 09:39 AM   #18
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Toilet paper? Do I need to use special rv toilet paper or can I buy something from the grocery store cheaper?
We use the same toilet paper we use at home. We buy it at WalMart. When you dump the black water make sure you use a hose to FLUSH the tank if it doesn't have an exterior one.

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