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Old 03-11-2019, 05:15 PM   #1
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Any real reviews of Tank Techs RX for your tanks?

I am really interested in Tank Techs RX for my tanks because the claims seem pretty good. However, I canít seem to find any real person reviews or videos other than from the owner/creator of the product. Thatís a huge red flag for me. So anyone had any short and preferrably long term experience with this product?

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Old 03-11-2019, 05:45 PM   #2
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I have been using it for eight months now and it definitely does work. I’ve tried everything else but never had any luck with the ordors. As soon as we put this in the smell goes away. When I dump the black tank it comes out almost a grey color and no solids unless you’ve used it recently. Will definitely be using it from now on. In really hot weather though you have to add a capful now and then but other than that it’s fantastic. I would imagine not too many people use it because it’s kind of expensive to buy and not easily available in stores like Walmart.
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Thanks!

Thatís good to hear. The grey color thing is exactly what he shows. Thanks for replying.
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Thanks for this! I'll be trying this product our next camping season.

I use the black tank flush every time I dump. I frequently use laundry detergent and water softener and we really don't have an odor issue. BUT our black tank sensors virtually never show an empty tank. Maybe this stuff will change that!
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Old 03-11-2019, 08:01 PM   #5
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We used tank tech all last season. Our longest outing was 5 days and we only got out about 5 times. Waste was well broken down and we had no odor problems. Our tank level sensors also cleaned up and gave us no trouble. This is a new to us fiver that would not read empty until second trip. After purchase I had tried to clean sensors with no luck. Don't know if the tank tech was responsible but it seems likely.
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