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Mbethrobi

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Posted: 11/09/13 03:13pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

The company says it is safe for RV toilets, anyone have any specific experience with this product?

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Posts with poopourri in them ..lol

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2oldman wrote:

Posts with poopourri in them ..lol


Thank you for the link, however I don't think those folks understood the use of the problem. It is not for use for stinky systems, it is to eliminate any order while one is using the facilities. It helps to be discrete, and in such close quarters as an RV I thought it would be great. I use it at home, but just wondering about the safety to the RV waste systems.

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Posted: 11/09/13 04:13pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I LOVE poupourri. Just spritz in the air instead of the bowl. It does the same thing,


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Hi Mbethrobi,

It amazes me that Reading Comprehension is a lost art skill.

Not one respondent has had the experience that you asked for.

However notice that NYSAYISM seems to be alive and well!

I wish you good luck on getting an answer from an actual user of the product.

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Not knowing what the stuff was, I had to search the web. Funny stuff![emoticon] Read the Amazon reviews Poo Pourri
Here's an example:
I saw this stuff in a restaurant and thought I'd order it and try it out for myself. Boy, does this stuff work! You just put 4-6 sprays into the bowl before doin' your thang, and I swear, you smell nothing but pleasantry thereafter!

My husband is notorious for detonating some seriously foul bombs, so much so that I have told him to MAKE SURE to ask me if I have to go first if he needs to. Nothing would get rid of the smell - Oust, exhaust fan, nothing - except Poopourri. The only thing I have to worry about now, however, is making sure to REMIND him to use this stuff. Sigh, men...


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buta4 wrote:

Not one respondent has had the experience that you asked for.
Considering he asked two separate questions, I think the answers are germane.

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Freshen your RV toilet before you go with Poo-Pourri


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Posted: 11/09/13 05:30pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Why? Open the vent and turn on the fan, or go take a walk.


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2oldman wrote:

buta4 wrote:

Not one respondent has had the experience that you asked for.
Considering he asked two separate questions, I think the answers are germane.


On my computer the answers are in english, not german but you never know about other peoples computers. [image]


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