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Old 09-26-2012, 10:09 AM   #29
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We have been using Charmin Sensitive, with Aloe & E, septic safe. Same as the house. Reading these forum's we only "dump" when we are leaving a camp ground, or on the way home, and have had no problems so far. I can "see" ,, errr that one ply cheaper stuff would melt away quicker,, butt,,,,, so far we are 'happy campers' !
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Back on the farm, my Dad used to use corn cobs. He didn't say if they were one-ply or two...
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Old 09-26-2012, 05:54 PM   #31
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Back on the farm, my Dad used to use corn cobs. He didn't say if they were one-ply or two...
Technically I think they're no-ply. But very effective.

My grandparents had a wide selection of cobs hung in their outhouse, but we preferred the Sears catalog. Everything dissolved in the lye.
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I'd answer that, if I thought it was actually a serious question.
It hurts that you would question my sincerity.....
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It's not how many plies you use, it's how many squares you use!! When you hear the toilet paper roll going whirrr whirrr, your in for a clog!!
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If you really want to use crappy, thin, tp like the 'RV' type, then buy the Walmart brand. MUCH cheaper, but just as thin and crappy...
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I don't use TP. I use Bounty paper towels. I do not flush them, I throw them in the waste basket and then burn them in the nightly campfire. I don't know how paper towels are manufactured, but when I burn mine at night, they burn with a multi-colored flame.
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I don't use TP. I use Bounty paper towels. I do not flush them, I throw them in the waste basket and then burn them in the nightly campfire. I don't know how paper towels are manufactured, but when I burn mine at night, they burn with a multi-colored flame.
Guess everybody better camp UP wind from you !!
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I don't use TP. I use Bounty paper towels. I do not flush them, I throw them in the waste basket and then burn them in the nightly campfire. I don't know how paper towels are manufactured, but when I burn mine at night, they burn with a multi-colored flame.
What, dont rinse and reuse? Those Bounty's are tuff enough
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What, dont rinse and reuse? Those Bounty's are tuff enough
That would be a little over the top. Besides, most campgrounds do not allow clotheslines.
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Guess everybody better camp UP wind from you !!
I only use them to start the fire to cook dinner.
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I only use them to start the fire to cook dinner.

I find that to be a very positive recycling plan

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I think the whole plan stinks.
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