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Old 01-26-2009, 07:37 PM
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When you dump your tank at the campground, and your heading home, now is a good time to add in your usual tank deodarizer and a couple of gallons of water. This will help clean things as you drive home, as well as keep things smelling fresh.
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Old 01-26-2009, 09:37 PM
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You know, what a great idea. And the next time you head to a park, empty it out at their Dumping station and you are good to go! Thanks for a great tip.
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That is a GREAT idea, in fact you could add Water, Ice Cubes, and the deodorizer and clean it out really good.

Think I will try this trick on our next trip, thanks!
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Your right, the ice would help out a little more on cleaning out things, and then would melt so you could dump it on your way in. Good tip.



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Never tried this product but thought I would post it just in case.
Think I might try it myself in the spring

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