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Old 09-24-2014, 11:52 AM   #21
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don't wear flip flops when opening the cover of your black tank flush
And do wear gloves.
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Old 09-24-2014, 04:52 PM   #22
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I donít agree with the others. I believe the chemicals do help to break down the solid human waste rather quickly. However, I donít think the toilet chemicals do anything to break down toilet paper so I always use one-ply toilet paper that dissolves rather quickly.

This is based on my observation since I have a clear elbow on my sewer hose. We are completing our eleventh season of RVing and havenít had an issue with the black tank yet.

As others have said, use plenty of water when flushing solids and donít dump the black tank until it is about three quarter full or more. If your Sunseeker has a black tank flush use it as often as you can.
I am with Oakman. While camping i use some blue stuff. I do use soap and softener with water when travelling to clean the tank though, that works well.

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