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Old 10-27-2013, 01:06 PM   #57
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I suggest using the Geo Method and be sure your vents are open. I have used it for more than 10 years with no odor problem and the gauges work better than when it was new. I don't use it every time but quite regular. The only time I had an odor problem (and it was bad) was when Mud Dobbers plugged the vent pipe. That was before the Geo Method.
I have heard that some CGs won't let you use their sewer (septic)
if you use chemicals.
There is a "method" that is much cheaper and works just as well, doesn't involve mixing anything, no mess no fuss; MORE WATER!
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Does a corn cob qualify as being friendly. Jim

If you use cobs.....1st use a red cob.....then 2nd.....use a white cob to see if you need another red one.
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For what its worth.....Years ago I worked for one of the major premium brand TP companies at a plant here in Oklahoma. At one time we had some of the R&D folks come in and showed us test that they did at the headquarters. Banks of every known brand of toilet, using every "style" of usage.....folded, crumpled, etc, and using all brands of TP to give every one a fair test. The control set up even had clear plastic pipe so that they could video tape the results.
The question was asked back then about RV black tank systems vs. septic tanks and we were assured that all of the major brands will break down and dissolve well enough for any septic or RV system.
As noted above many times.....quantity of water used when flushing helps the process a lot.
By the way .....we can tell toilet paper jokes all night if you like.
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The only thing that worked for us was not only using more water to flush, but to stick a hose down the commode at the dump station. The built in flusher didn't do anywhere near the job sticking a hose down the commode did. We have a clear elbow so can see what comes out of the tanks. Once the hose is inserted down the commode loads of bits of all kinds of "stuff" comes out.
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If you use cobs.....1st use a red cob.....then 2nd.....use a white cob to see if you need another red one.
HAHAHAHAHA!!!!!

Too funny! I'm gonna have to stock up on white ones!
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No credit/mention of the yellow ones?
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