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Old 10-22-2013, 09:50 AM   #15
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There is no debate, it was settled years ago by a 9 yr-old girl. There are many such "tests" to be found on the internet. The results plainly show that unless you dump your holding tank every 15 minutes, any TP breaks down. Use what you want, just use enough water to keep any solids covered.
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Old 10-22-2013, 09:58 AM   #16
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True. True. Lots of water while dumping an almost full tank. No prob
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Old 10-22-2013, 04:12 PM   #17
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We use "special" TP in the front bathroom, and "regular" TP in the rear. So far no problems with either!
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Old 10-22-2013, 06:05 PM   #18
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Smile Toilet paper debate IS OVER

Hi All,

A lopsided victory for using household TP in lieu of RV specific TP. Softer and cheaper.........what a deal!!

Happy Camper Odorless Holding Tank Treatment also got many endorsements.

Thanks everyone who replied to my post........extremely helpful.

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Two of the posts from the same person appear to be an advertisement for that product.
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Old 10-22-2013, 07:39 PM   #20
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Two of the posts from the same person appear to be an advertisement for that product.
So you believe Jackfish has a financial interest in Happy Camper and is advertising. Well - I have no idea but bet he can tell us. What about - are you advertising or a fan like me.

Got a new 40 ounce tub in just the other day. Has my vote. Also household TP.
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Actually an endorsement. Nice try. I guess all of your motivation is financial.
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Old 10-22-2013, 08:03 PM   #22
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Kirkland (costco) brand for me, no tank treatments necessary, never had a problem.
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Old 10-23-2013, 08:24 AM   #23
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What ever happened to good old Sears Catalog paper, was better than Monkey Wards (Montgomery Wards) and JC Penny's was also useful. Didn't cost a thing, plus good to read while in the library. Best rule is: Don't put anything into the toilet if you haven't eaten it FIRST. But, it sure is hard swallowing the TP as it is so dry! Takes a lot of Water to get it down! Now, before someone gets mad, I'm JUST KIDDING!
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Lol. Safe flushing. Funny. No " white tower of doom " here. Lots of water- main thing.
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Ed - kidding - or advertising for Sears and Wards?
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At first I tried using the same stuff I use in the sb, northern quilted. Saw lots of large white blobs in the clear elbow. Tried Anglesoft septic safe and have not seen a white blob since. No change in potty habits or dumping techniques between the two. We now use Anglesoft.
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Actually an endorsement. Nice try. I guess all of your motivation is financial.
Nope, I retired at 51, some 14 years ago.
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Just to be clear on something. The black tank is NOT a septic tank, it is just a holding tank. The reason to use septic safe TP is where most of the time we all dump and that is into a septic tank of some sort so to be considerate of others we use septic safe TP and that is usually Anglesoft for us.
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