2 steps for solving the mystery of the black tank RV stank.
It happens to everybody who owns a RV sooner or later. One day, you step into your RV and the smell from the toilet almost knocks you out. You do not have to tolerate this problem. In fact, I will show you 2 ways to eliminate it quickly and easily forever. If you want learn how to do just that, then watch this video all the way to the end!
Step #1 –
Over the last couple of years we tried everything including many different holding tank treatments that are made specifically for RVs and we finally we came across this simple solution called The GEO method this is a home-made cleaning technique that’s been around in the RV community since the early 80’s. This formula has 2 common items that can easily be found at any big box store:
- Calgon Water Softener – This stuff helps to break down water surface tension, clean scum and prevent hard mineral deposits. I’ve used Borax on occasion when I can’t find Calgon and find it works just as well.
- Dawn dish soap – The “original formula” blue detergent is excellent at cutting grime. Laundry detergent works too.
After you have emptied and flushed and re-closed off your black water valve, here’s what you do. Simply add one cup of Calgon and one cap of Dawn to your RV toilet bowl and fill it up with water then flush it down. Then add 3 gallons of water and flush it down. This gives you a good starting base of clean and fresh smelling water. Leave them in until you’re ready to clean out you your ranks and repeat the process. We have used this method for the last couple of year and Lori and I both swear by it.
Step #2 –
By replacing the existing vent caps with the 360 Siphon, you permanently solve the odor problem. These Vent caps eliminate odors from your holding tanks exhausts them out the roof vent before they have a chance to invade the RV living space by creating an updraft that draws the odors out of the holding tanks and up the stack pipe. Speeds Up Waste Breakdown of rv waste and can be installed in less than 20 min. providing a permanent onetime maintenance free application that will work for years to come. For more information and installation check out the video by love your RV.
Dealing with your RV black water tank is definitely one of the more unpleasant areas of using an RV, but the comfort and privacy that having an RV toilet on board affords you and your family, is one of the biggest advantages to having an RV. With these simple steps you should result in a complete and permanent absence of noxious odors in your RV and give you years of comfort and odorless enjoyment.
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Aron and Lori
Dawn Dish Soap –
Calgon water softener – https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00CNJREKK/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=3tai-20&camp=1789&creative=9325&linkCode=as2&creativeASIN=B00CNJREKK&linkId=7b372839be60b6a880020016c8159e08
How to installing a 360 RV vent cover by Love Your RV: https://youtu.be/fgcO1gJE1so