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LiamBlack

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Posted: 08/16/19 12:24am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I see no difference except the price, for me the harder the paper the better[emoticon]

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Posted: 08/16/19 10:24am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

LiamBlack wrote:

I see no difference except the price, for me the harder the paper the better[emoticon]

Somewhere a hemorrhoid surgeon is smiling and thinking about his soon to be motorcoach. [emoticon]

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Posted: 08/16/19 10:50am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Any data on how fast those corn cobs will break down?


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Posted: 08/17/19 08:08am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We used some ‘premium’ stuff one trip and had TP clumps that didn’t flush out well.

No clog, but there might be something to going with lighter TP, and or the jar test.

On the other hand, after reading tons of these threads, I don’t know if anyone ever reported genuine problems.

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Posted: 08/18/19 07:49am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Get some Army type John Wanye TP. Had splinters in it.





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TBammer wrote:

Any data on how fast those corn cobs will break down?
Corn cobs? I thought they were Baby Ruth chocolate bar "logs" like in the swimming pool scene in Caddyshack. I think the peanuts would take a very looong time to break down...

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We used to buy an RV toilet paper (this one https://www.amazon.com/Thetford-03300-Aq........+Rv+Toilet+Paper&qid=1576464250&sr=8-14 ) and now we see no difference except the price! We used to believe that we should use a toilet paper that is made specially for RV toilets. That it ensures no clogging and it is rapid-dissolving. But after some time we just started to buy a regular toilet paper package which says "septic safe" just like the RV stuff.

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I have seen two differfences.. NOTE the only "RV Toilet paper" I've bought was indeed very pricy, abour 100,000 dollars. but it came wrapped in a brand new class A motor home [emoticon] (Might explain the cost) and it was a good grade of sandpaper.

Scotts works well.... For political reasons (All I'll say about it) I do not suggest Angel Soft, I'm currently using Prince and Spring.. just got some more in fact...

Now Prince and Spring.. it's the house brand for boxed.com (That's the URL) Think Sam's club type packaging (like 36 rolls as I recall) and pricing but without the hike to sam's club. (nearest one is about 30 miles where I am) as BOXED will UPS it to either your house or the park office.

I also get my Cheerios from them. and some other stuff.. Free shipping if order hits I think 75 Bucks, usually 2-3 days BIG boxes My last order included
TP. Ketchup, Coffee (Folgers) they also carry some others) Campbell's soup. bread crumbs. BBQ Sauce (Sweet Baby Ray's I have a friend who told me it was his favorite.. I told him That made sense, his name is Ray, he'd never put the two together before). and laundry soap. Two boxes.. Only one fit in my car (the other was tied into the trunk) but they both fit through the RV's door.


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Posted: 12/16/19 11:49am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

As mentioned, just get what you like, put a (clean) wad in a glass of water and see how quickly it degrades. ime/testing, virtually everything on the market is ok.

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The best solution is a corn cob, a battery powered drill and a spade type wood drill.

Insert spade drill into corn cob and then insert both into the battery drill, it is now ready to perform its duty, after use rinse in bucket of water when the water in the bucket gets a little nasty then pour the water in the toilet or use for the garden when the corn cob wears down replace with a fresh one.

Simple solution to a complicated problem, always use the KISS principle!

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