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BarneyS

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Posted: 12/31/19 09:21pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Naio wrote:

Almost, I'm not familiar. What is the purpose of the Cross of toilet paper?

To reduce "skid marks". [emoticon]
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Posted: 12/31/19 09:23pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Ahahahaha!


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Posted: 01/17/20 03:34pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I use the dri wash n guard classic (the greenish stuff) works good and makes things smooth and slick

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The solution below works great for cleaning and helps with the odor. Cant deal with the standard smell of pine sol so we use the lemon one. Bonus is that it keeps the gaskets on the gates from drying out and failing. Been using it for several months and must say that it works great. We also use it for gleaning the sink and bowl.

Use a clean, empty one-gallon plastic jug or bottle
Measure 40 ounces of Pine-Sol (or similar pine oil cleaner) into the jug or bottle
Add four ounces of Calgon bath powder, liquid, or bath beads to the jug or bottle
Slowly add water to the jug or bottle. The contents will foam, so be patient. The lemon doesn't foam like the regular pine sol.
Put the cap on the jug or bottle and shake
Every time you’ve emptied your holding tanks, add 1/2 cup of this solution (to both tanks)
What’s this solution do?


Remember, your holding tanks are not a septic system. You do not want anything breaking down in them. The key ingredient here is the Calgon. It’s a surfacant, breaking down the surface tension of water or liquid in the tank and making the tank’s surfaces slippery. It will help waste from sticking to the inside of the tank.

The Pine-Sol is a strong disinfectant and has an odor-masking quality. Note that you can use other brands of pine oil cleaner than Pine-Sol.

Follow this recipe and you can make a gallon of tank solution for little $ That’s 50 tank treatments!


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Thank you Grandpopsicle. Sounds like a good inexpensive maintenance tip.

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