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Old 01-17-2012, 01:03 PM   #113
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Can you tell us what is the product that you recently switched to?

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Sure Sheila , it's called RV Digest-it. Here's a link for info...
Unique RV Digest-It Unique Distributing. I get it from Amazon now.

Here's some video hype on it on YouTube if you don't like reading the technical stuff. It does have more Bacteria than Rid-X and it does everything it says it can. Rid-X or any good bacterial septic tank additive works just fine in the same way. I like this because it's more convenient, works a bit better and it's still cheap.


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Old 01-17-2012, 07:57 PM   #114
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Old 01-17-2012, 09:08 PM   #115
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But you followed the thread......
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Old 01-17-2012, 09:22 PM   #116
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You could read this thread in the bathroom with wifi Who needs magazines...


I use the bathroom. Its what it is there for. Some of those CG bathrooms are not fit for man or beast.
It is part of the reason I bought a motorhome. No more John boys, or public toilets. No more worry about bed bugs at motels..
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Old 01-17-2012, 09:39 PM   #117
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11 years with my 5er, using Sam's Club TP and not even a hint of a clog. Just threw in a packet of the Thetford stuff after I dumped.
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Old 01-18-2012, 12:33 AM   #118
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Yeah, so what does that say about your life.......

jlyon69, thanks for the info!!!

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Well I have read alot of cr*p over the years, but 9 pages dedicated to cr*p, Holy cr*p!!!
& yes I am following this thread, when I pull up my user CP I ask myself why am I following this cr*p & then inevitably I click on it & read more cr*p. I need a life!!!
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Old 01-19-2012, 06:24 PM   #120
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Well I have read alot of cr*p over the years, but 9 pages dedicated to cr*p, Holy cr*p!!!
& yes I am following this thread, when I pull up my user CP I ask myself why am I following this cr*p & then inevitably I click on it & read more cr*p. I need a life!!!
It keeps piling up and I can't ignore it

I want to look away but I can't help myself. I have to peek and see what has been added.
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The very last time I looked, it was inches from the white part of the toilet. That won't happen again, now that I know that to get the last ~10 gallons out, I have to raise my MH all the way up on blocks.
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I agree with using the m/h for everything, as far as dumping, are you camping with the black tank valve open? I find it better to keep that valve closed, and like one poster said use plenty of water, keep that tank juicey for lac af a better term. also as I'm sure you know when dumping, empty black tank first, then the grey tank with all the morns soapy dish water and shower water. Then close them up till next morn or until 2/3 full again. Oh and a couple bowls of clean water flush flush, ready to go!
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It occurs to me the question may, at some point, be self answering,, As an RVer we travel, this means that unless you buy bottled water, and at that the same national brand produced in the same plant, you can quickly find you get "New water supply syncrom" It is called by many names. But it is the mess up of your body's systems when you get into a foreign water situtation.

Where I'm parked it really is about 50 yards to the "outhouse"

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The indoor plumbing, is closer to 5 yards, Same book aruthor, But Betty Will drew the pictures.
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It occurs to me the question may, at some point, be self answering,, As an RVer we travel, this means that unless you buy bottled water, and at that the same national brand produced in the same plant, you can quickly find you get "New water supply syncrom" It is called by many names. But it is the mess up of your body's systems when you get into a foreign water situtation.

Where I'm parked it really is about 50 yards to the "outhouse"

Book by Willy Makit
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The indoor plumbing, is closer to 5 yards, Same book aruthor, But Betty Will drew the pictures.
Exactly why we only use bottled water for us and the kitty!
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Exactly why we only use bottled water for us and the kitty!
Sorry, I don't mean to change the OP's topic, BUT, we also do not use ANY water supply from any location throughout the North American Continent for our drinking and cooking purposes for both us and our Golden Retriever. We have always purchased bottled water from stores or we use the Culligan & Glacier filtered bulk water machines for drinking and cooking. The water supply hooked to the coach is filtered through one sediment/carbon filter, then a water softener and finally into the coach. I have an additional Culligan Ice Maker filter on my ice maker water supply line. We don't use much ice so the little bit that gets consumed does not concern me. Most of the time the ice maker is off anyway and if we happen to be at what I think is a really bad water supply location, I shut the ice maker water supply totally off.

More on topic, when we do get any minor bowel infection or need to prep for a colonoscopy, thank goodness, our "outhouse" is only a few steps away.

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