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There is a concentrated pool chemical you can buy--Chlorinating Concentrate (Sodium Dichloro-s-Triazinetricone or Sodium Dichlor for short). Sodium Dichlor contains 62% available chlorine. Compare that to household bleach which has something close to 3%. One pound of Sodium Dichlor is equal to 8 gallons of bleach!
Bleach contains other stuff, including a lot of salt, and that salt and other stuff is what causes the bad taste and why you have to flush the fresh water tank so well.
It takes only 1 teaspoon of the concentrate per 100 gallons of water to initially sanitize the system. After that, if you are at a park that has well water, just put a 1/4 teaspoon for a 50 gallon tank into the fill tube and fill your tank. This insures the system will always be sanitized. No, you do not have to flush again!! It's the equivalent to drinking chlorinated city water.
You can find this stuff at any pool or spa store.
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