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Old 05-04-2011   #11
Newberg, Oregon
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Originally Posted by Osprey View Post
Just easier to clean....longer you leave it in there with good chemicals less it smells and more liquified it becomes. I do that all the time with my camper porta potty, then you can just pour it down the toilet.
That must be some lite loads, try 10 people on a 18 day trip. Can I use your bathroom ? RV chem here, Groover Tammer works but makes a hard cake. The spray is great deoderizer in combo with rv chem.

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Old 05-04-2011   #12
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it's just one of those coleman porta-potty deals. so maybe 20-25 uses but I only empty it when it's full. it's really not that big a deal to do it that way, but I get that most people are probably too squeamish to do it that way. I think the directions that came with it even said to do that. if their aren't chunks it won't splatter, just pours right down. it just takes awhile for the chemicals to do their thing though. RV'ers will tend to let it fill so the chemicals have time to do their thing, rafters tend to want to empty them fast and just use the chemicals for odor control. I'm telling you though, giving things time to decompose makes the process easier and smell isn't an issue.

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Old 05-04-2011   #13
Pugetopolis, Washington
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I'd believe that. I've emptied em enough times to know that the less chunks....the better

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Old 05-05-2011   #14
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Originally Posted by BarryDingle
Shit. Guess I should empty out that groover from the Yampa trip a couple weeks ago....
This coming from Dingle, Barry?
Hey, if you want me to take a dump in a box and mark it "guaranteed", I will. I got spare time.
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Old 05-05-2011   #15
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With the blue stuff, do you add every day?
Never get out of the boat
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Old 05-05-2011   #16
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Originally Posted by MountainMedic View Post
With the blue stuff, do you add every day?
I put in about 1/4 to 1/2 cup of the blue goo in the empty container, with the same amount of water. Little bit of powdered chlorox daily helps, too.

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