Gray tank (not black tank) sensor cleaning question
This thread is only concerning gray tanks, not the black tank. And only concerns sensor functioning and not odor control. And I know about and have tried (with only limited, or no success) the geo method, dawn, borax, ice, Calgon, and all of the other recommendations. I've talked to two representatives of companies that sell black tank treatment products. Interestingly, both discussed how what will work in a black tank will not usually work in the gray tanks to keep sensors working. They both said that the problem with grey tanks, especially the tank that services the kitchen sink, is the oil and grease, from food and cooking, which manages to get into the tank coats the walls of the tank, and bacteria products don't work on grease or oils. They both talked about using lye to clean the tank, which sounds a little extreme to me. But, since they mentioned oil and grease coating the walls of the tank, I later wondered about products that are used to keep grease traps working. So, I went on Amazon and found a number of enzyme cleaners (Green Gobbler for example) used for grease trap maintenance that break down grease and oil, and other organic residues. So I'm wondering if any of you have tried a similar product and if so what kind of results did you have?