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Old 01-30-2012, 04:18 AM   #169
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OK; I just got my first RV and will be fulltiming it....when it comes to TP do you use regular stuff or?
Don't waste your money buying RV TP. Most full-timers are using what feels comfortable for their derriere. I prefer Sams' Club label or the Costco label. They are either double or triple layered. Just remember to use lots of water unless you are boondocking. For those times, use a good chemical that will breakdown the waste into a liquid. For that I use liquid Rid-X.

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Old 01-30-2012, 06:32 AM   #170
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The only requirement Thom and I have for toliet paper is that it's "septic safe" not really cause of the holding tank that is the RV but cause of where it might be getting dumped. You never know where its going so we just make sure its ok with where ever that might be. As for which is not septic safe? Well there is only major brand that is not septic safe, every other TP that we have seen is so it's pretty much what ever feels good on our behinds.
Oh and rid-x or any other chemicals don't even go into our septic system at home. But then thats another debate on here.

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Old 01-31-2012, 06:12 AM   #171
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OK; I just got my first RV and will be fulltiming it....when it comes to TP do you use regular stuff or?
I bought my first motorhome in 1974. I have used nothing but standard toilet paper. I have never had a problem.
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Old 01-31-2012, 06:26 AM   #172
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I bought my first motorhome in 1974. I have used nothing but standard toilet paper. I have never had a problem.
Totally agree, standard has always worked for us over all these years.
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Thanks for the info! Made it a little over 200 miles on my maiden voyage, so far so good!

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