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Old 02-25-2014, 07:10 PM   #15
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We use the same as at home, don't remember the brand. It is 2-ply, very soft. I use the "Happy Camper" holding tank treatment and it dissolves everything!

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Old 02-25-2014, 07:24 PM   #16
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I tried the water test with Kirkland brand from Costco. The new fatter rolls. Did not dissolve. So continue buying RV paper. Thoughts on why my Kirkland failed the water test?
Vince,

It failed the water test because it is NOT the thin RV crappy paper that they sell at RV stores for 3 times the price.

I've been using the Costco or Sam's Club paper for well over 10 years of full-time RVing and like I said have never had any problems.

I tried the RV paper once and threw the whole roll in the trash when it tore into pieces before I even got to try it.

RV toilet paper is one of the BIGGEST ripoffs that Camping World and other RV places are snowing the public as to its use being necessary to keep from getting a clog.

BUT, if the people that are using RV toilet paper love it, then keep using it. I do not want people to use something else and then have a problem with your tank.

My Black and Grey Tanks must be some of the best in the industry because after over 10 years of full-time use I haven't been even close to having a problem with a clog.

However, I always have the tank valves closed until they are full. Then and only then do they get emptied, black followed by the grey with the black tank flush running. If the tanks are not full when I want to empty them, I will fill them with fresh water to the full level and then dump.

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We use Angel Soft. Been using it for 2 1/2 years (full-timing), and no issues yet.
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Any TP safe for septic tanks and Happy Camper.
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My wife asked me to put this question to all RV'ers. What brand of TP is the best to use in the RV?

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