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Old 08-26-2014, 01:42 PM   #201
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I have an on demand hot water heater, would the Oxygenics shower head work with my water heater? I know that they do not recommend using a water filter due to the water restriction...
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Old 08-26-2014, 02:29 PM   #202
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Too pricey. The replacement product cost is ridiculous. I can understand a seasonal full timer with a stationary coach wanting it but someone like me would never buy the refills. The little throw in packs and a good flushing of the black tank completely controls any odors in my coach
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Matter of opinion, but I whole heartedly agree. That would be another thing to spend money on that you wouldn't get return value on. Sorry BamaBob.
OC said it best - mix your own. I use his mix and it works great. Cheap too! mmm...I suspect cheaper than the toss ins you use

Only thing I think we do different is every other trip I put a 1/4 cup of RV digest it in the tank to keep the flora population up

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I have an on demand hot water heater, would the Oxygenics shower head work with my water heater? I know that they do not recommend using a water filter due to the water restriction...
Don't know why you couldn't. Should work fine.
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Old 08-26-2014, 03:16 PM   #203
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OC said it best - mix your own. I use his mix and it works great. Cheap too! mmm...I suspect cheaper than the toss ins you use

Only thing I think we do different is every other trip I put a 1/4 cup of RV digest it in the tank to keep the flora population up



Don't know why you couldn't. Should work fine.

We have one of those whole house filters mounted outside at the spigot and have no pressure issues - great pressure everywhere in camper but that old shower head just totally sucked !! Oxygenics is five stars!


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Old 08-26-2014, 04:04 PM   #204
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Nothing requires you to by their replacement solution. I mix Super Clean, Pinesol and water for ours and it works great. No packets to remember to throw in.
Duh. But of course. :banghead: I like your style!
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Separate slide out switches definitely....
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I'd love to have one that came out of the factory without any leaks!!
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We traded our Rockwood TT for a 5th wheel 2016 Wildcat 327ck. The 1 thing I wanted the most was a full size couch. I want to be able to stretch out on the couch to watch football games. Give me that and I'm happy. My wife's #1 was a pantry. The Rockwood we had didn't have enough storage. Also we both wanted a second AC for the bedroom.
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Old 07-16-2015, 03:43 PM   #208
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Our must haves were:

1. outdoor kitchen
2. bunkhouse
3. at least one slide (but prefer 2) in the bunkhouse
4. shower with a built-in seat (wife's request)
5 .main bedroom with a big bed but still have enough room to walk around it.
6. lots of storage

Our Sabre QBOK fits all these nicely.
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