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Posted: 02/11/20 06:40pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

One of the things I liked about happy camper is that it has no fragrance. It gets rid of the sewage odor without adding a perfume odor.


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Ditto on Happy Camper! Been using it for years. No odors and it turns everything to liquid. Great product. Try it!

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I use Aqua-Kem in the little disposable bottles. Ive tried HC and the Porta-Paks but i prefer Aqua-Kem.


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I wish my chems were fragrance free but I bought three gallons of stuff at garage sale for about $2 so I'm almost set for life!


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Lwiddis wrote:

Lots of water, fill before you dump, dump often and add four or so gallons after dumping. No chemicals needed.


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