Running antifreeze through the fresh water tank
The other day my neighbor, who is a first year owner of a seasonal camper next to mine, asked me a question about filling his fresh water tanks with antifreeze and pumping it through the trailer verse connecting it through a special adapter.
Now, I've always flushed the line using air or pumped the anti freeze from inside the camper using an attachment.
The only issue I could think of was the leftover taste in the spring after flushing the RV system and sanitizing the fresh water tank. With that said, he (and I) never use the campground water for drinking or cooking water, just for dishes, baths and the toilet.
Of course, he would still turn the bypass off so the hot water tank didn't fill with it. But what other con's to doing it this way should I tell him???
2015 Ford Expedition EL
2012 Salem Hemisphere 312QBUD