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Old 06-24-2019, 08:56 AM   #15
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Richard thank you for the video I just watched it and will be using the Great Value. The Angel Soft did not do well on that test.
We've used Angel Soft more than any other and have never had a problem. Having said that, I think a lot depends on how your black water plumbing is set up.

Our black and gray tanks are similar to NCC-1701A's. They run the width of the motorhome and are shallow for much of that run. What I believe helps with our set up is that the deeper section of the tank is below the toilet.

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Old 06-24-2019, 04:59 PM   #16
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What is best toilet paper for my camper
What ever works best on your butt. I've used them all. Take one sheet of what ever kind of toilet paper you use put it in a glass of water. Go back the next day and try to take it out of the glass in one piece. Can't do it.

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To conserve paper, and get the job done with one sheet, I learned this in the Army.
Start with one sheet and tear a hole as indicated in the picture. Keep the piece that's torn out.
To use, place your center finger through the hole and wipe.
Use the small piece you saved to clean under your fingernail.
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