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Old 06-03-2013, 09:54 PM   #11
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Could not agree with you more experienced the same thing with that gadget on our 165. We cannot rely on our sensors too much either hopefully after this trip which is with hook-ups ( first time loving it ) we will feel the same way again.

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Old 06-08-2013, 08:49 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by tinlizzie23 View Post
What I call "sewer juice" is made like this: In a marked plastic gallon jug, add 8oz liquid fabric softener, 8oz PineSol, 8oz ammonia, and about 1 cup of baking soda. Mix together, then add water until jug is almost full. Shake a little to mix, then pour about a cup down each drain (kitchen sink, bathroom sink, etc), and the rest down the toilet. Follow with about 1 gallon of water down each drain, and 2 gallons in the toilet. Let stand until next camping trip. Just before you leave for that trip, add two ten pound bags of ice to the toilet. Ice and juice will combine to scour your tank, and never leave any odor. If possible, drain when you get to the CG, or just leave in if not possible. Dump and repeat the process before storing between camps. Hope this helps.
Nice! I'm gonna follow your 'recipe' and mix up some "sewer juice" right now! Thanks for the tip.

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