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Old 03-30-2016, 09:19 AM   #1
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Whats the best most economical way to buy the right RV toilet paper???
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Old 03-30-2016, 09:25 AM   #2
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Several threads here with discussions and recommendations. Findable via the search feature.

Short answer, you don't need to buy special RV paper. We use Scott's 1000, which is even commented as ok for RV usage on Scott's web site. Readily available at walmarts everywhere.
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Old 03-30-2016, 09:33 AM   #3
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Several threads here with discussions and recommendations. Findable via the search feature.

Short answer, you don't need to buy special RV paper. We use Scott's 1000, which is even commented as ok for RV usage on Scott's web site. Readily available at walmarts everywhere.
+1 for Scotts. You will hear lots of other ideas but Scotts has always worked for us in a septic system and in the RV.

I would think any septic system safe TP would work but we never tried any other after talking to friends that RVed since way before we did.

You will also hear "its a holding tank, not a septic system". Really want to chance a clog?

+1 also to using the search. It will give you lots to read. Took me a while to start using it.
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We use same as at home.
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Lately we have been using Wal-Mart's RV tp, it breaks down really fast. How much to can one use to make it costly?

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Never buy TP made just for RVs. You definitely don't need that and it's thin and overpriced. Costco's Kirkland is the most economical way to purchase if you have the room to store it. The most important thing you can do is to use LOTS of water when flushing solids. You need at least 3/4 tank full in order for it to dump properly without issues. You don't need all kinds of chemicals.....just water.
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We use the Charmin Ultra Soft just like at home. Hubby throws a fit with anything else. His theory is to keep his tush happy and he can monitor and stay ahead of any problems in the RV.

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Whats the best most economical way to buy the right RV toilet paper???

Use just about any brand that states it is OK for septic systems, and use Happy Camper tank treatment! (no relation)

Good luck, happy trails, and God bless!
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Scotts 1000 for us also. Consumer Reports rates it very good on disintegration which is what you need and it does a good job on the wiping part also.
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X2 on the Charmin Ultra soft. I have a tinder buXX er bottom
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Costco's Kirkland��������
Unless we got a starter pack with a new rig we've always used what ever was in the stick house. Right now it's Kirkland.

In 59 years of RV'ing (before RV's even had toilets) I've never had a backup that we created. With the present MH, which we bought used last year, it came with one! Either the previous owner didn't know how to use a holding tank setup or the tank dried out at the dealers.
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