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Single Ply? Gotta use a ton of it to be of much use...

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I get a kick out of the guys saying rv toilet paper is a rip off, how much do you buy? with all the things we spend money on for our campers and camping trips the amount I spend on two ply rv toilet paper is nothing.

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StirCrazy wrote:

I get a kick out of the guys saying rv toilet paper is a rip off, how much do you buy? with all the things we spend money on for our campers and camping trips the amount I spend on two ply rv toilet paper is nothing.

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Like everything else, it's an individual's choice.


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StirCrazy wrote:

I get a kick out of the guys saying rv toilet paper is a rip off, how much do you buy? with all the things we spend money on for our campers and camping trips the amount I spend on two ply rv toilet paper is nothing.

Steve

Steve, I’m with you, people go out and purchase a vehicle to pull or carry their RV or buy a motor home and then the worry about the costs of things that make enjoying their RV possible .[emoticon]

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Geo*Boy wrote:

StirCrazy wrote:

I get a kick out of the guys saying rv toilet paper is a rip off, how much do you buy? with all the things we spend money on for our campers and camping trips the amount I spend on two ply rv toilet paper is nothing.

Steve

Steve, I’m with you, people go out and purchase a vehicle to pull or carry their RV or buy a motor home and then the worry about the costs of things that make enjoying their RV possible .[emoticon]


I see it more as an issue of convenience. I don't want to have to go to a special shop to buy RV toilet paper when I can just grab a few rolls from the house.


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toedtoes wrote:

Geo*Boy wrote:

StirCrazy wrote:

I get a kick out of the guys saying rv toilet paper is a rip off, how much do you buy? with all the things we spend money on for our campers and camping trips the amount I spend on two ply rv toilet paper is nothing.

Steve

Steve, I’m with you, people go out and purchase a vehicle to pull or carry their RV or buy a motor home and then the worry about the costs of things that make enjoying their RV possible .[emoticon]


I see it more as an issue of convenience. I don't want to have to go to a special shop to buy RV toilet paper when I can just grab a few rolls from the house.


special shop, up here, canadian tire, walmart, home depot as well as rv shops all carry it. I would never buy it in a rv shop though that is a rip off. in the spring when I am shoping I just grab a few and put two in the truck camper and a few in the 5th wheel and I am set for the season. ya if I had to go to a special place to get it, I wwould probably be looking at alternatives. but I did do testing years ago and didnt find anything else that broke up as fast or as fine as the real stuff.

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I see it more as an issue of convenience. I don't want to have to go to a special shop to buy RV toilet paper when I can just grab a few rolls from the house.


ROFL....


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Geo*Boy wrote:

StirCrazy wrote:

I get a kick out of the guys saying rv toilet paper is a rip off, how much do you buy? with all the things we spend money on for our campers and camping trips the amount I spend on two ply rv toilet paper is nothing.

Steve

Steve, I’m with you, people go out and purchase a vehicle to pull or carry their RV or buy a motor home and then the worry about the costs of things that make enjoying their RV possible .[emoticon]


I see it from different perspective.
When there is a group of people who can buy $200,000 RV, $300,000 boat and still spend $300 for a dinner, lot of people save for long time to buy their RV. They would never buy that RV if not small savings here and there.
I bought RVs becouse buying used, that was the cheapest vacations for family of 4 than 5 we could get.
But than I see people who buy new, huge RV and check into hotel.





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We've been using Cottonelle Clean Care Ripple toilet paper for years in our camper. We're Charmin Ultra-Strong or Ultra-Soft at home, but feel it's to thick for a clean flush in the camper. Our toilet down pipe has an S curve in it before reaching the tank which doesn't like too thick of paper.


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StirCrazy wrote:

toedtoes wrote:

Geo*Boy wrote:

StirCrazy wrote:

I get a kick out of the guys saying rv toilet paper is a rip off, how much do you buy? with all the things we spend money on for our campers and camping trips the amount I spend on two ply rv toilet paper is nothing.

Steve

Steve, I’m with you, people go out and purchase a vehicle to pull or carry their RV or buy a motor home and then the worry about the costs of things that make enjoying their RV possible .[emoticon]


I see it more as an issue of convenience. I don't want to have to go to a special shop to buy RV toilet paper when I can just grab a few rolls from the house.


special shop, up here, canadian tire, walmart, home depot as well as rv shops all carry it. I would never buy it in a rv shop though that is a rip off. in the spring when I am shoping I just grab a few and put two in the truck camper and a few in the 5th wheel and I am set for the season. ya if I had to go to a special place to get it, I wwould probably be looking at alternatives. but I did do testing years ago and didnt find anything else that broke up as fast or as fine as the real stuff.

Steve


To each his/her own. Home Depot and Walmart are not in my normal shopping routine, so that's a special trip for me. Costco abd Walgreens are regular shopping stops so buying Costco brand or AngelSoft is more convenient. And they break up fine for the RV system.

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