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Old 03-04-2016, 08:49 PM   #41
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I've been camping [TTs & MHs] since the early 70s and have never had a problem with any tp. Maybe I was lucky, but I still use whatever is at hand [no pun intended]. I use chemicals with each tank, so I guess it has been working.
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Old 03-04-2016, 09:50 PM   #42
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We were using "RV" teepee which we both hate!!
We once ran out and my wife brought onboard paper from home.
OMG! 2 days into the trip I couldn't get the tanks to drain completely!
Flush... Back flush .... Chemicals...Flush again.....
Finally after working at it all day, I was able to clear the tanks!
Now we use Scott "rapid dissolving" paper.
Works great, (as Teepee), and NO clogs!!
Breaks down quickly!!
We purchase it at Walmart!!
It's also available on Amazon.
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Old 03-04-2016, 11:24 PM   #43
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I used to live in Turkey,,,,,,count your blessings we have TP,,,,,,the holes in the floor had faucets on the rear left to "hand bidet" your butt. If you touched food with your left hand in eastern Turkey, that was an absolute No-no,,,,,because your left hand was used for other things than eating.
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Old 03-05-2016, 07:34 AM   #44
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I used to live in Turkey,,,,,,count your blessings we have TP,,,,,,the holes in the floor had faucets on the rear left to "hand bidet" your butt. If you touched food with your left hand in eastern Turkey, that was an absolute No-no,,,,,because your left hand was used for other things than eating.
Haha.. Ok guess I am screwed, I am left handed.



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Old 03-05-2016, 09:11 AM   #45
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Old 03-05-2016, 09:24 AM   #46
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So My wife and I are in a discussion about the use of TP in the RV. She thinks that we can use any TP we want and I say that we have to use RV TP only!
So can you all tell me which one we should use and why? or is there even an issue here? We are new to RVing, our unit is in the driveway but we have not used it as of yet. We were going to go out next wknd but rain is in the forcast for CA, (can you believe it) Rain in CA.... We need it... Please let us know about the TP.
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It may depend how your unit is plumbed,,, some units will handle 2 ply,,,
but I believe there are some that will only handle 1 ply !!!
Our old Flagstaff would plug up when we used 2 ply !!!
Sorry not much help hey ???
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Old 03-05-2016, 09:47 AM   #47
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The RV tp is too much like sandpaper for us. After our research we bought a case of POM at Sam's Club. One of our better purchases. Anyone want the rest of our single ply sandpaper?
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The single ply we use does not feel like Sandpaper ???
We us Sam's Members Mark @ home,,, 45 rolls for $17.86 !!!
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We used to use the rv single ply 200 gritt but after my but protested.. Went back to the home stuff. Used in a popups cassette toilet and two TT. Never an issue.

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Use any kind of paper want.... but do this

We keep a little trash can with a lid - toe activated if desired- next to the toilet. Of course we line it with a plastic grocery bag or similar. We put all our "amber" papers in there. If we have "brown" papers, we keep a box of cheap (very cheap at the Dollar Tree) dog poo OR baby diaper disposal plastic bags right there too, and we put the brown papers in one of these, tie it off, and put it in the can with the lid. We empty the can at least daily (there are just two of us). No paper of any kind ever down the toilet. When you get in the habit of doing this it's no trouble at all. No worries. Oh, and wash your hands. You're welcome.
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