TIPS FOR TANKS Us­ing Happy Campers

Snowbirds & RV Travelers - - — Alberta — -

Story cour­tesy of Happy Campers GREY TANKS 1 You do not need to treat this tank ev­ery time you dump, but if your grey tank gets an odour the bad stuff usu­ally grows from the top of the tank down. If this hap­pens, you need to treat it with HAPPY CAMPERS (two or three scoops should do it). Eas­i­est way to treat the odour is to sprin­kle and stir 2 or 3 scoops into a large bucket un­til well dis­solved and pour down the kitchen sink. Then fin­ish fill­ing the tank and let sit over night. If you are mov­ing right away you can do the same, even bet­ter by fill­ing the tank to ap­prox­i­mately 2/3 full for ag­i­ta­tion while trav­el­ing and rins­ing it when ar­riv­ing at your next des­ti­na­tion.

2 We rec­om­mend you treat the grey tank ev­ery third time you dump. For nor­mal treat­ment, fill the sink with ap­prox­i­mately 4 l (1 gal) of wa­ter. Sprin­kle & stir ONE scoop of Happy Campers and im­me­di­ately drain sink.

3 GREASE: If you have a build up of grease in the tank, put 60 -90 ml (2 -3oz) of Orig­i­nal Blue Dawn (dish soap) in the tank to solve this prob­lem.

4 NOTE: Never use an­tibac­te­rial soap or dis­in­fec­tant clean­ers in your tanks be­cause they will stop the ac­tion needed

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