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Old 03-07-2016, 09:50 AM   #1
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RV Safe Toilet Paper Test/Review

I found this in a different post and thought this might be the appropriate place for it. Is there a sticky board with stuff like this for s? It would sure help!

R.V. Safe Toilet Paper Brands | Road Work Play
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Old 03-07-2016, 10:16 AM   #2
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Rv tp

I watched this several years ago:



... And have used Charmin Ultra Soft since then.
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Old 03-07-2016, 11:22 AM   #3
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These are great posts, thank you! Charmin is all we use at home so when we go camping I dread using that sandpaper stuff. Looks like Charmin or Kirkland is the way to go!
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I would be curious to see how home TP dissolves/breaks down over the RV TP. I thought it was a Cardinal sin to use home TP in the RV septic tank? For us we have tested several RV TP brands and found that Scott's dissolved the best over other cheaper brands.

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These are great posts, thank you! Charmin is all we use at home so when we go camping I dread using that sandpaper stuff. Looks like Charmin or Kirkland is the way to go!
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Old 03-07-2016, 11:43 AM   #5
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The video posted above showed Charmin beating the otbers. Hopefully the little boy didn't actually switch the jars around!
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snip... For us we have tested several RV TP brands and found that Scott's dissolved the best over other cheaper brands.
Our own testing showed that Scott's 'standard' single ply dissolved as well as RV toilet paper. In the real world, we have had no problems using ordinary Scott's single ply.
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Technically the RV tanks are not Septic tanks but simply holding tanks waiting to be emptied.

I often "squeeze" the Charmin but we always use what we use at home which is Angel Soft. You can test any yourself and many have preferences but any tp that has "septic safe" on the package should break down and do just fine in a rv holding tank.
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I've always heard to be cautious shaking hands with RV folks who only uses single ply TP haha...
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Technically the RV tanks are not Septic tanks but simply holding tanks waiting to be emptied.

I often "squeeze" the Charmin but we always use what we use at home which is Angel Soft. You can test any yourself and many have preferences but any tp that has "septic safe" on the package should break down and do just fine in a rv holding tank.
X2 on holding tank. We use home TP. I think using plenty of water is more important than TP type. The only time in 9 years I had a clog was due to water conservation. I put an end to that. Much easier to put 1 or 2 six gallon jugs of water in the tank than it is to deal with a clog!
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I've always heard to be cautious shaking hands with RV folks who only uses single ply TP haha...
LOL...

We use Angel Soft in the camper and at home like Norty.
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