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JohnTucson
post Nov 21 2013, 05:20 PM
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Just thought I'd pass this on. I just spent a few hours cleaning and flushing out my clogged black water pipe, caused by using Scot brand t.p. It had been clogged for days. I assure you the paper package specifically says "quick dissolve" and "Made for RV and marine applications". In fact, it's neither.

Don't remember where I bought it, exactly. I think it was a variety-type store. But it wasn't a regular RV supply store.

From now on, you can bet I'll stick to the standard RV t.p.
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FosterImposters
post Nov 29 2013, 02:23 PM
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We stopped the frustration years ago. If it is not biological, is goes into the conveniently placed wastebasket.
Can use any ply, any brand...even baby-wipes!!!
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post Dec 6 2013, 09:21 AM
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We stopped the frustration years ago. If it is not biological, is goes into the conveniently placed wastebasket.
Can use any ply, any brand...even baby-wipes!!!
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Same for us. Had a friend with a sign on his boat ( Marine toilet ) If it hasn't been eaten it doesn't go down here.


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