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Old 03-18-2015, 10:40 AM   #1
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Better way to store sewer accessories?

I am looking for a better solution to store my sewer accessories.

Specifically the adapter for the Rhinoflex, the hydroflush and the sidewinder hose support.

How are you storing these during transport and storage?
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Old 03-18-2015, 10:45 AM   #2
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I bought a ziplock plastic storage container from Walmart. It's basically a plastic storage tote that has a seal in it when you latch it shut. I have one that I labeled fresh water and one labeled black water. They work great for me.
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Old 03-18-2015, 10:50 AM   #3
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I definitely would appreciate some helpful tips on this as well. Planning for our first camping trip in the X23f in 2 months and am researching all I can on what the "essential" sewer tools are to have to properly clean the tank, etc. Starting to get a rather large tab on my Amazon wish list! Sure it's all fun when the cleaning tools, hoses, fittings, etc are new and clean but after that first use I'd sure like to have a good plan on how to keep them stored in fashion that will not cause me any regrets!
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I bought a really good sealable storage bin. I made sure the bin was one that would completely seal and not 'drip'. Might have to pay a few more bucks but it's worth it.
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I have a sealable storage bin that holds my twist on valve, the rubber donut and the clear attachment for my hose. Every thing else goes in a 5 1/2 inch pvc that is attached under the rig. It holds a 5' and a 15' section of hose with all fittings attached and a door that is on each end.

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I use a plastic tub for sewer stuff (I have the sewer solution instead of a slinky). I've cut holes in the tub with a hole saw to allow things to dry out, and "No" there's no smell. Now that we have the 5th (with lots of storage) I use a second tub for the fresh water things. When we had the X23B I discovered the "black tub" would fit in the shower pan for travel/storage. We always use full hook-up CG's. When camping the tub would fit out of the way under the TT close to the sewer drain. It was a big tub but never seemed to get in the way.
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I bought a really good sealable storage bin. I made sure the bin was one that would completely seal and not 'drip'. Might have to pay a few more bucks but it's worth it.
That's what we do along with "throw away rubber gloves"
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I use a storage bin, but leave it open. I would not want to keep all the moisture in the bin. Just think of what might start growing! I rinse anything that might be dirty, shake off the excess water and throw it in the bin in my storage compartment. It never stinks and dries quickly. The slinky is in the back bumper.
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I bought a ziplock plastic storage container from Walmart. It's basically a plastic storage tote that has a seal in it when you latch it shut. I have one that I labeled fresh water and one labeled black water. They work great for me.
I should add that when we get home I soak all the black accessories in the container with bleach & water, let sit for good while, drain and let dry. Then all goes back to TT.
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I use an old plastic clothes hamper. It has ventilation and a lid. Not sealed but I keep it in my truck bed.

Don't want that anywhere near the inside my trailer :-)

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