Toilet washing thingies which ones urgent

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Only bio one i could see in aldi the last one I got was a 3 in 1 and was useless
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Do those little sachets dissolve OK in cold(ish) conditions?
 

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No problem in a frosty Shrewsbury in November below -4c at night

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Since 1996 we've had Elddis, Swift, Rapido, Rimor, Chausson MHs and Autocruise & Globecar PVCs
As we try to empty whenever there's the opportunity (we wild camp) we use liquid bio and don't put much in at first and just add to it each day if necessary, the sachets are good for ease of use but expensive if you empty it regularly.
 

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The cheapest bio you can get. Not the one with built in conditioner as that appears to coat the solids and the enzymes either don't work or are delayed in working.

If you are using the capsules then add one every day or two days if you have a very sensitive nose :)

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I have a sog but still add a teeny bit of bio just to make my already pleasant smelling wee that little bit better an experience when emptying, perfumed wee ..... lovely

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oh dear(n)(n) - we all spend 60k plus on a motor-home and then scrimp on £10 for a bottle of blue.:eek: is blue any more detrimental to the environment to washing tabs?

Oh no we don'to_O I spent less than 1/2 that on a 6 year-old N+B. The 310 can go to something else that will give more pleasure than toilet stuff.

Anyway the Bio capsules are easy to slip in one's pocket - no fiddling with bottles/caps and lighter to carry.

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oh dear(n)(n) - we all spend 60k plus on a motor-home and then scrimp on £10 for a bottle of blue.:eek: is blue any more detrimental to the environment to washing tabs?
Not all of us spend that sort of money on a MH, and even if we did it's not scrimping if we choose to use something else ... I can't stand the smell of the blue stuff anyway and it isn't environmentally friendly due to the chemicals in it. If you MUST use an Elsan product then the green organic one is the best as it won't damage septic tanks etc.

I prefer to add as little as possible to the cassette so as not to pollute the environment more than is necessary and find the smell of the bio washing liquid much nicer.

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I know this is not in the spirit of the thread, but if you look around you can get different sorts of blue at far less than the market leaders, can't think off hand but there is one with a diamond on the label .
 

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I saw how many views of this thread .... I know how much funsters like a toilet thread but 563,861 :eek: .... then I realised that it was Jim's photo of the day thread on the line below that I was looking at!

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Well, I'm just a tight fisted Yorkshireman and can see absolutely no reason to pay more than necessary for anything in life. Maybe it is only £1, but if I can get the same for 50p then for me that is not scrimping but common sense. I have no problems paying whatever it costs for a product I WANT but I'm not about to give more than obliged. Yorkshireman's advice to his son "Never spend a penny where a 'alfpenny will do" never heard a better bit of advice in my life except that referring to yellow snow.
 
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