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Old 02-26-2012, 09:05 AM   #1
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LA Awesome Cleaner for Holding Tanks

I use the bio method for cleaning my holding tanks. We love the Awesome product and I'm wondering if this could be used. As it is is a degreaser would it cut the "crud" better and depending on the dilution it can be slick to the touch. At $1 a bottle it is inexpensive enough and perhaps could be used in combination with baking soda. Wondering if anyone has used Awesome for their tanks.
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I use the bio method for cleaning my holding tanks. We love the Awesome product and I'm wondering if this could be used. As it is is a degreaser would it cut the "crud" better and depending on the dilution it can be slick to the touch. At $1 a bottle it is inexpensive enough and perhaps could be used in combination with baking soda. Wondering if anyone has used Awesome for their tanks.
I've used it with good results. Worked best in galley tank.
I also use Calgon water softener liquid, though a little more pricey.
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I've used it with good results. Worked best in galley tank.
I also use Calgon water softener liquid, though a little more pricey.
How much Awesome did you use?...Or better yet your procedure. Txs
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Try it with OxyClean, cheaper than calgon, softens, and more beneficial.
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