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Old 08-18-2014, 05:31 PM   #11
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Old 08-18-2014, 06:28 PM   #12
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Keeping the toilet seat wet?

Johnson Pledge Lemon Fresh furniture spray was recommend for our cottage compost toilet ring seal ( same as RV toilet seals) to maintain a moist smooth operating seal.
This works for us in both rv and cottage toilets keeping a tight seal. We use this maybe once every other season. This product is similar to another product used for same but not available now.
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Johnson Pledge Lemon Fresh furniture spray was recommend for our cottage compost toilet ring seal ( same as RV toilet seals) to maintain a moist smooth operating seal.
This works for us in both rv and cottage toilets keeping a tight seal. We use this maybe once every other season. This product is similar to another product used for same but not available now.
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Now do you dry that seal first before you spray or just open and spray.
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You can dump in a quart or so of water and then use Press and Seal plastic wrap to keep it from evaporating.
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You can dump in a quart or so of water and then use Press and Seal plastic wrap to keep it from evaporating.
Think I'll do the plastic wrap plain and simple.
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