RV DUMPING; NOT AS BAD AS YOU THINK: PART 3

bad ideaRV DUMPING; NOT AS BAD AS YOU THINK: PART 3 (Back home safely)

Hello fellow campers.

I have been taking time to help keep you guys from having problems with your sewer system, and one of the most important things you can do at home, is a good cleaning.  Get yourself a toilet wand, preferably one with a flexible end to it, so the water can spray all directions, not just from a single point.  Another thing that works here is a rotary tank-rinser that is permanently installed on your black water tank.  Hook up your hose, and spray it out good.  But whatever you use, actually USE it.

This one simple task, which isn’t really all that difficult if you do it regularly, and use the Tissue Digester and probe cleaner chemicals at least once or twice a season, then you will prevent about 90% of your basic problems with your sewer system.

After all of the cleaning and rinsing, if you are going to be storing the camper for any length of time, think about getting a vented waste cap.  This allows you to store the camper with the black and grey water tank valves open slightly, so that whatever gasses or smells are left in the tank, have somewhere else to escape rather than into the trailer.  This helps prevent that toilet chemical smell inside the unit that I think everyone who has used or owned a camper knows what I’m talking about.

Ok campers, this concludes this portion of the lesson plan.  Feel free to contact me with any questions about procedures, or products, or anything else that crossed your mind.  See you next time, I’m going to go wash my hands.

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