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Old 12-31-2012, 10:25 AM   #1
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toilet odor???

This is my opinion only !!!! We have found that we NEVER have any toilet odor, if we always use plenty of water (keep the solids covered), and we empty and flush the tank every three days. Also, for paper we use the "cheapie" brand from Walmart or Dollar General. We have quit using chemicals because the methods we use do not allow time for odors to initiate. We are full time, and this works for us.............
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Old 01-01-2013, 10:01 AM   #2
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What you posted is just what I do also.
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I have eliminated any odors in the RV forever...we use a unit from Activtek...an air cleaner with Ozone..we use it in our home for our dog issues and it works better in the RV...you can set it for a smaller space and never do you have any smells at all..I have it mounted on the rear bedroom counter top and plugged in to the 110 V outlet...only pulls 70 watts of power...about a small light bulb drain...I can provide pictures..
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