Here is a quick, simple and cheap way of cleaning your black water tank, much simpler than above. Your hardware store should carry a bottle of slippery soap used by plumbers to clean waste lines in houses. They tend to get coated on the inside walls and reduce the waste water flow over time. Simple put it's really slippery soap that you pour a cup into you toilet with your black water tank about half full. Now just before you leave on your next driving trip put in about 10lbs of ice cubes and let the fun begin on the road. It sloshes and cleans every thing. Just be sure to drain this solution when you get to your next stop. No need to rinse after draining because that slippery soap will remain in your tank for a couple of cycles which continues to keep it clean. I think it costs around $4.95 for a quart that lasts for a long time. Good luck and love simplicity solutions to problems.
I've seen a detailed demonstration of the ice cube method on television. It did not work.
Yes it does. I was just saying that at the Walmarts we hit, we find the powdered form. The post I was replying to said the water softener only came in liquid, and the powdered form of Calgon was a fabric softener not a water softener. Yes, it comes in both forms.
Wobbles....be pass'n thru in May on way to Mayberry, N.C. rally
Let me know when and/or if you will overnight on either side of the big muddy river we have. I have been doing breakfast with local FRF members. Perhaps a meet and greet if not a boil. just think on it...
Bob & Michelle
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I must say, I'm a huge fan of the Geo Method. my tank sensors were completely inoperable which I thought was a wiring issue. I used the Geo method once and it cleaned those sensors off. everything is working great now,so much so, as I keep Calgon powdered lavender scent in the camper at all times now just for those occasions that I need it from someones superpooh..lol