Originally Posted by hoppers4
I do what the folks at RV Life do and that's to use air. Using air negates any aftertaste or seal problems. It also eliminates all the wasted water in an attempt to flush out the antifreeze. Just my 2 cents.
Until the 1 time you don't follow the procedure properly and completely
. And you still need close to a gallon of antifreeze to protect the P-traps and all 3 tanks.
Give me $10 of antifreeze instead of $30 in parts and a lost Saturday. Every year!
We overcome the taste issues by not drinking the over-chlorinated solution I put in the FW tank. We bring five 1-gallon bottles of drinking water from my home's kitchen faucet. [A very good well with a taste and odor filter covering the whole house.]