Originally Posted by wv campers
My question. Is this method used instead of adding the deodorant packets in the tank? This is my 1st tt and learning things as I go.
While your experience may differ, since I have been using this "prep" method and flushing with the turbo flush when I can, my tanks do not smell. Thus no "deodorizer" is required.
If you have never used the method before, I suggest a RV-Digest-It treatment (72 hour one) followed by a good 15-20 minute turboflush before you start.
PS: Prepare to be shocked at how much stuck on stuff comes out. Get a clear elbow or straight section to monitor the flush and all future dumps. This is real important.
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