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Old 07-17-2016, 03:22 PM   #29
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Scott 1000. Commented on their web sit ok for RV.
Available at Wally Marts everywhere.

Wouldn't it be better to use this? It's pretty expensive compared to the Charmin Ultra Soft we use, plus its only 1-ply. Think I'll stick with the Charmin and the Happy Camper tank treatment!

https://www.scottbrand.com/products/...pid-dissolving
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News to me of this product offering. If inexpensive and readily available - similar as to the Scott 1000, then better. Else the Scott 1000 stands. But appears to be targeted primarily as RV paper, and may be higher priced and primarily targeted to sell through RV venues.
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New story me of this product offering. If inexpensive and readily available - similar as to the Scott 1000, then better.

Sorry, don't understand your post
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Take any toilet paper fill a jar 3/4 full of water put a couple of sheets of tp in and shake if it breaks down its OK to use.
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If your using corn cobs you to have red ones and white ones. Red to wipe, white to check. This is for southerners only.
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If your using corn cobs you to have red ones and white ones. Red to wipe, white to check. This is for southerners only.
Great thing about corn cobs, they're recycleable. After use, just toss them out in the yard. After a couple of good rains, you can pick them up and use them again.
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............. But appears to be targeted primarily as RV paper, and may be higher priced and primarily targeted to sell through RV venues.
Scott's Rapid Dissolve works well but there seems to be only about 3-4 'applications' before you need another roll. It is found at Wally's and also more expensive.

A further note - corn husks work about as well as the cobs plus you can get more several 'applications' from one ear of corn. If so inclined you can dry and smoke the corn silk while in deep concentration as you may have in your youth.
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We use the Scott's Rapid Dissolve. Order it by the case from Amazon. No shipping charge with Amazon Prime.
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What type toilet paper to use

We use POM brand from Sam's Club.
It's sold by the case. Printing on the box says "Septic/RV/Marine Safe"

We've been using it in both the sticks-n-bricks, and the RV for years. Never had a problem.
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After seeing the test on YouTube, we switched to Charmin Ultra-Soft. Never had a problem, that stuff just dissolves away to nothing.
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Wouldn't it be better to use this? It's pretty expensive compared to the Charmin Ultra Soft we use, plus its only 1-ply. Think I'll stick with the Charmin and the Happy Camper tank treatment!

https://www.scottbrand.com/products/...pid-dissolving
Costco brand and Happy Campers. Never an issue. And, it is Much more delicate than Corn Cobs. According to DW.
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After seeing the test on YouTube, we switched to Charmin Ultra-Soft. Never had a problem, that stuff just dissolves away to nothing.

Do you have a link to that video?
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