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Old 08-18-2021, 12:22 PM   #1
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Disposable Sewage Hose Inserts

Hey Y'all,

I am still new to all this RV stuff, but I saw a "disposable sewer insert"
advertised. Looks like a long plastic bag and looks like a hassle.

Does anyone use this kind of product?
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Hey Y'all,

I am still new to all this RV stuff, but I saw a "disposable sewer insert"
advertised. Looks like a long plastic bag and looks like a hassle.

Does anyone use this kind of product?
Sounds like a hassle too. And it's hard to imagine how handling the disposable liner would be cleaner than just handling the hose. You're handling the outside of the hose anyway.

Just dump the black and have a good load of grey to follow with. Wear disposable gloves if it makes you feel better. Wash your hands.
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Old 08-18-2021, 01:12 PM   #3
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Thanks...yea...it seems like a lot of work for the same result
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Old 08-18-2021, 01:23 PM   #4
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My question is what do you do with the liner after you remove it. It seems a lot easier just to flush the stinky slinky. I'm thinking this is a maybe solution looking for a problem.
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Old 08-18-2021, 01:26 PM   #5
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Thumbs down Poop Chute

Odd... very odd to say the least. Just adding to the garbage waste stream.

https://rvpoopchute.com/
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Thanks...yea...it seems like a lot of work for the same result
I watched the video and it does seem like a lot of additional effort for little return.

'preciate your service, though. My dad was a Navy man

And welcome to the madness. My wife and I started RVing about 8 years ago.
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Just more plastic to throw away. Remember what "Barnum & Bailey" said
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Old 08-18-2021, 04:10 PM   #8
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My first thought is folks would try to wash the plastic down the dump drain opening. Not so good. Alternatively, going to have poop filled plastic in the garbage cans. Just what the recyclers want I'm sure. This product seems like a not so good idea to me.
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Looks like one of the stupidest things I have ever seen. Something to sell to newbies.
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Nothing like a solution looking for a problem and creating another problem in the end. I think I was at a campground with the creator of this awful product. Was walking the dogs when a guy asked me to hook up and drain his tanks because they were too icky for him to handle. I think that he came up with the name after I told him to stick the hose up his poop chute. He told me I was very rude. I was just soooo upset that he called me rude! LOL
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Iím not interested enough to go look, but how do you deploy the thing? Seems like a giant hassle and, upon deployment, youíll discover the pinhole from the previous deploymentÖwhile not wearing gloves.

I had a neighbor get very curious about my RV last year and decided she needed a class B to drive to CA and back to see her grandkids. That lasted long enough to realize there were not poo-valets to handle the tanks for her or her husband
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I hope he didnít invest much money in this ridiculous idea. Regardless of what he says you still need gloves to handle the end that dangles in the sewer opening. Just makes an unpleasant job last longer!
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Brought to you by the same folks that market RV toilet paper perhaps?
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Haha. How to they come up with this stuff. What a waste of time & money. Not to mention the increased waste in the garbage can. There is no way I would even think about trying to line my sewage hose. It is not like the hose is supposed to be kept perfectly clean. Just dump and then put the caps on each end of the hose. Crazy...
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