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Old 10-10-2011, 05:09 PM   #15
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I read the adhesive in 2-ply can gum up the works over time. We use Wal*Mart RV tp. Been using it for over 2 years... no problems. We also have two toilets and one is a power flush (macerator). That's the one I do not want to put regular 2-ply stuff in.

Some ppl have a macerator dump. Sure don't want to a clog there or burn up the motor. What-a-mess.
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I'm a fulltimer and it doesn't matter where we go or for how long. Angel Soft is what we use. With plenty of water and good rinsing, we've not had any problems. Don't use chemicals either. Again, plenty of water.
Angel Soft for us too. We also put in a cap of Calgon.
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Old 10-10-2011, 05:32 PM   #17
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I only use Sam's Club Member's Mark, two ply. I learned years ago that the RV TP is just a gimmick to take your money. If you build it, they will come kinda thing.

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Me too.
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Wal-Mart Brand White Bread.
Cheap, absorbant, breaks down quickly and helps support boondocking nationwide!

Yes, I'm kidding.

Angel-Soft and I have this love-hate relationship, but as I have my OWN dumping station at home, it's not given me any problems at either end... Oh, another pun.... !
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I read the adhesive in 2-ply can gum up the works over time. We use Wal*Mart RV tp. Been using it for over 2 years... no problems. We also have two toilets and one is a power flush (macerator). That's the one I do not want to put regular 2-ply stuff in.

Some ppl have a macerator dump. Sure don't want to a clog there or burn up the motor. What-a-mess.
Uh... I worked in a paper mill many, many years ago, there is no adhesive used when making two ply tissue.
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We've used what ever we had in the house and never had a problem, but that's only since 1957.


Oh, wait.............we didn't even HAVE toilets in the RV's then.


Use Costco "Kirkland" brand now although my wife did bring something else she bought somewhere else and it took a LONG time to soak up water in the bowl. I told her no more of that brand.
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Old 10-10-2011, 08:46 PM   #23
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Isn't there a tiny bit of adhesive at the start and end of a roll?
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This is a really common topic actually so I don't think anyone here is afraid to talk about it.


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You said a mouthful that time, Ricko!
We never seem to get tired of this topic...
For those interested in doing some extended reading, maybe while...well, you know...here are a few of the other threads, most recent first:
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For those who don't put paper down their toilets...



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I'm a fulltimer and it doesn't matter where we go or for how long. Angel Soft is what we use. With plenty of water and good rinsing, we've not had any problems. Don't use chemicals either. Again, plenty of water.
I agree 100%.
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I never use the RV stuff. Good advice on using lots of water per flush, especially if there's a sharp bend in your piping between toilet and tank. Been there, done that, don't want to fix it again (in two different RVs)!
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I like long, hot showers and am not going to waste water by over-flushing. I went over 11 years with normal flushing in my 5er and never had a problem.
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