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Posted: 04/07/19 10:08am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

edatlanta wrote:

toedtoes wrote:

Just don't use Northern. It's the only brand I've found that causes blockage. Everything else works fine.


I have been using Northern for 9 years full time. Never a problem. Just use a lot of water regardless of what you use.


I used to use it at home. I repeatedly had clogging issues when I used the bathroom in the original section of the house (with the original 1940 plumbing vs the 1992 section).

Changed to Costco and AngelSoft brands. Didn't have clogging issues again. At all.

In addition, when I snaked the sewer pipes for tree roots, the northern would always come back up caught up in the roots. The other brands don't and I only have to snake every 5-7 years instead of every 2 years.

Apparently Northern doesn't break down easily. So if it gets caught up on something, it's there for a good long while creating a potential backup issue. The other brands don't hold up long enough to create that backup issue.


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gbopp wrote:

Old-Biscuit wrote:

I like my 2 ply thick fluffy Charmin and a big wad of it.

Way too much information...[emoticon]
Try eating some of that Kashi cereal for breakfast - you will be amazed at how much less TP is needed.

Seriously...


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ken56 wrote:

My wife is a member of the big wad club. There has been a few times where it caused a clog and would not drain completely, so that turns into a lengthly fill and try to drain again as many times it takes to break the clog loose. I have managed to get her to use somewhat less paper and have had no other clog issues. That said, we use our regular tissue we use at home, Sam's club brand.


Put more water in the tank before you dump. We use the Sam's brand too and have never had an issue.


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I'll just stick with my corn cobs...


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