There’s nothing worse than a blocked holding tank in your RV — except maybe a clogged up toilet (which is probably related to the tank problem)! But there’s hope — clogs and blockage, while dire, are pretty easy to take care of with a little knowledge and patience.
Sanitizing your freshwater tank – even if you rarely use it – is very important. Left unsanitized (or used), who knows what will find a home there and cause potential problems. This article walks you through the simple process of sanitizing your freshwater tank.
Most RVers use pods, colorful additives, and just about anything we were given, told about, or bought at an RV store. But what are these additives doing inside your RV’s holding tanks? What should you be using? We’ve got some answers.
How does Kleen Tank get your RV’s holding tanks “factory kleen?” The process is surprisingly simple and our results are pretty amazing. Read on to see how we use the simple cleaning power of water to get your tanks as clean as they can be.
RV holding tank sensors. They’re the bane of every RV owner. Understanding what they are, how they work, and how you’re probably not helping them can help relieve some of the frustration. Thankfully, there’s a solution to your woes.
Can’t figure which sink or fixture in your RV drains into which tank. It’s a pretty simple process to figure out your draining configuration. Follow these steps and finally know what goes where.
Tank sensors misreading or not working at all? Join the club! Find out why your RV’s tank sensors never seem right and what you can do to fix them.
You’ve seen the RV toilet paper shake test videos. They shake the heck out of a couple of pieces of TP in a jar of water. Find out why they’re a bunch of malarky and why you can use any toilet paper you want to.
RVers always think the worst of their holding tanks is the black one. We’re here to tell you that gray tanks can be just as bad – or even worse!