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Old 10-04-2014, 12:34 PM   #1
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What Products Are Safe To Use In the Shower

I found an older thread discussing things not to put into the gray or black water tanks.

One of the caveats had to do with shower gel obscuring the sensors and attracting other debris. I'm curious to know if this was a clear shower gel that I should beware of or the kind of shower gel that you can't see through, that advertises softer skin and all that c@%p.

Does the same go for shampoo? Is clear better than the creamy stuff or vice versa.

Thanks in advance.

PS We learned that, at the moment, we cannot trust the gray water sensors. Gonna work on that this weekend.

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Old 10-04-2014, 12:47 PM   #2
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I think those stupid sensors will get messed up no matter what you use,I wouldn't worry about it,use what you like.

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Old 10-04-2014, 01:47 PM   #3
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I think those stupid sensors will get messed up no matter what you use,I wouldn't worry about it,use what you like.
There are (Far as I know) 4 types of sensors:
Standard: Work once, when rig is new (Or tank is professionally power cleaned) if they ever show empty again I would be surprised.

Horst Miracle probes. Supposed to work but I have yet to order and install

Pneumatic, Thise might work better as well but since they are pressure switches... Might fail, since switches do fail.

See-Level, from reports I haver read these work.. I would buy them save I do not want to install another display and well, they work better with their own display.

So use what you use at home in the shower.. But remember this

Most shampoos talk about adding body and fullness.... As it flows down over your already too full body..
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