Toilet chemicals

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  1. Vlad The Impaler

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    Hi all,remember reading somewhere some alternatives to the blue chemical you out in your toilet cassette.Cant find them anywhere now anyone help?
    Thanks Steve....
     
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    Biological washing liquid. Works for me :Wink:
     
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    We use Biological washing liquid or tablets, works well for us.
     
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    What sort of dosage
     
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    Likewise, use the cheapest, is works as well as expensive stuff.:thumb:
     
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    About a capful, that way a bottle (99p-£1.60) lasts a month with emptying every day, which I do especially when hot and if there is an emptying point of course. The stuff is dirt cheap so prefer to empty the cassette before it gets heavy.
     
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    Also look up SOG. No chemicals at all.
     
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    Hi Steve,
    We asked about this recently as well, here's the link for you below. We got some Tesco concentrated biological liquid recently £1.60 for a litre

    Bill & Margaret
    http://www.motorhomefun.co.uk/motorhome-chat/51494-toilet-chemicals.html
     
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    Bio washing liquid has a nice smell and no chemicals so no problem emptying anywhere your allowed to. :thumb:
     
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    cheap alternative?

    This sounds great if it works.
    Is it allowed in Chemical Toilet Disposal on campsites?
     
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    absolutely no problem, as it all goes down the same pipe as the site washing machine ultimately
     
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    This is the stuff I use...

    It was 99p a litre but that was over a year ago.

    JJ :Cool:
     

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    More like £1.60 a litre now but still a lot cheaper then the "proper" stuff and works at least as well.
     
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    Over a year ago and you have not had to buy another bottle.

    Now that definitely is value for money. :thumb:
     
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    The supermarket manager kindly let me buy more than one bottle of the stuff!

    Cunning hey?

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    Bought the same stuff in Tesco's today.....£1-65 !:thumb:

    Sainsburys only do powder in Shrewsbury !:Doh:
     
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    You mean people actually wash in Shrewsbury these days? :Eeek:
     
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    Lucky for you that I am a Lancastrian and honourary Frenchman !! :Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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    Just got 2 bottles at sainbury's. £1.60 each.
     
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