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Ivylog

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I agree with the above posts but for not much money you can add one of these. Not sure if this is my my tank level sensor works so well.


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I remember yrs ago it was recommended that only 1-ply TP was being used but of course since then things have & do change. Enjoy.


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To be specific, we've used Charmin Ultra Soft in our RV's for years without any problems. It does pass the "water test", and even though it takes a bit longer than some others to break down, it's still faster than I can pull up my britches and run outside to dump the tank, so no worries...


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I call RV TP "John Wayne" toilet paper. Why? Because it's rough, it's tough, and does not take******off of ANYONE! :-)


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Posted: 07/29/12 05:23pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Angel Soft dissolves well in the tank but stays together when needed...




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We also use Angel Soft. 4 years in the fifth wheel and 6 years in the septic system at the house. Had no problems whatsoever.

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Charmin Basic, soft enough for her, tough enough for me.


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We use Angel Soft both at home in the septic system and in the RV... even though Mr. Whipple's daughter is a good friend of ours.


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We've been using Charmin for the two years that we have been full timing and have had no problems. As others have said use plenty of water. I also flush our tank every time we dump it.


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Posted: 07/30/12 01:07pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

A simple TP check is to take a piece of your preferred brand of toilet paper and place it in a glass full of water and shake it up to see if it dissingrates. If it does, it will be safe to use. If it stays intact, then it may cause black tank issues.

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