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Protecting your RV holding tanks in times of quarantine. Unique Camping + Marine Guides and Resources

Protecting Your RV Holding Tanks During Times Of Quarantine

March 26, 2020

Uncertain times caused by the COVID-19 outbreak are forcing people to shelter-in-place. In order to remain safe and healthy, many people are staying in their RVs, meaning there is increased use of RV waste-water systems. These systems are crucial to the health and well-being of RVers, so keeping them in good shape is very important - especially now. 

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RV Holding Tank Shapes - Could Yours Cause Waste Build Up?

March 25, 2020

Believe it or not, the actual shape of your RV holding tank can be a big reason why you struggle with waste tank clogs! The construction and design of your holding tank, as well as how it is mounted to your RV, have a surprisingly large impact on how susceptible you are to getting pyramid plugs and clogs in your tanks.

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How to clean an RV toilet, use proper cleaning tips for your RV toilet by using an RV toilet cleaner and tank enhancer you avoid waste build up and mineral deposits in your RV toilet.

How to Clean Your RV Toilet Bowl

March 25, 2020

Your standard RV toilet is very different from your home toilet. Besides the obvious differences like plumbing and water use, RV toilets are often made out of different material; plastic not porcelain. Along with the difference in materials, there are a few things you should know to avoid and incorporate in your regular cleaning. In this article we will go over cleaning products, tools for cleaning, and some best practices to keep your RV toilet working right.

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How Does Your RV Bathroom Work?

How Does Your RV Bathroom Work?

March 25, 2020

For many RVers, owning a motorhome can be an extension of your home life. For those of you that full time, it is your home life. Despite the luxuries your RV has, there are some major differences between your RV bathroom and a household water closet. In this article we will discuss the biggest differences you should remember: we will talk about plumbing, ventilation, what you can flush, and preventative care. 

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CA SB-317 Compliance - What does it mean for RVers and Campgrounds?

California's SB-317 - What it means for you

March 17, 2020

SB-317: To many people, that might just be a nondescript, meaningless number code for something they know nothing about. To others—particularly avid RVers in California—though, SB-317 changes a whole lot about the way they go about their RVing! In this article, we’ll break down what California’s SB-317 bill is and what it means for you as an RVer!

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How to Rent an RV Like a pro - Unique Camping + Marine

Traveling In a Rental RV Like a Pro

March 17, 2020

If you are considering joining the ranks of RVers around the country, a rental RV might be a great way to get started. However, we understand that first time RVers can feel a little overwhelmed! But with some simple pointers, you’ll soon be traveling in a rental RV like a seasoned pro! This article will cover the basics of renting an RV as well as some practical tips and fun first time RVing activities.

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Learn how to dump your gray and black tanks - proper safety tips and best practices.

How To Dump Your Black and Gray Tanks

March 03, 2020

In this article, we will cover how to easily dump your black and gray tanks, as well as easily solving some of the issues you may face.

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Urine is not water - Using Water in Your Holding Tank vs. Thinking Urine is Enough

Urine Is Not Water - Using Water In Your Holding Tank

March 03, 2020

At first glance, it seems really quite logical: if you need plenty of water in your RV’s holding tank to help facilitate the breakdown of waste and suppress odors, then plenty of urine ought to do the same thing, right? Actually, wrong! There are many reasons why urine is simply not a good substitute for water in your holding tank.

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The Definitive Guide to Using Your RV Waste Water Valves

March 02, 2020

You've probably heard a dozen different opinions on how to use the gray and black tank valves in your RV. Should you leave them open or closed? Does it really matter? 

In this post we'll walk through how your tank valves work and what part they play in proper waste water care. Using your valves incorrectly can lead to frustrating and expensive problems, so the better you understand how to correctly use your valves, the better you life will be.

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Understanding Organic, Natural, and Safe Holding Tank Products

Understanding Organic, Natural, and Safe Holding Tank Products

February 24, 2020

When it comes to the many different types of holding tank products and RV chemicals on the market it is important to understand some of the biggest differences between some terms that are often used to define different types of products. Organic, Safe, and Natural. What exactly does each mean in the grand scheme of things?

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Avoiding and preventing clogs and backups inside my camper RV motorhome trailer fifth wheel black water toilet holding tank

Preventing Clogs In Your RV Holding Tank

February 24, 2020

There are a number of ways that clogs can form in your RV black tank, but most common of all is that people forget to or aren't in the habit of following a few simple steps to keep their RV clog free. The following simple tips will save you hours of valuable time and potentially hundreds of dollars in services fees and man hours.

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Is RV Toilet Paper Necessary To Use To Prevent Clogs and Stuck Misreading Sensors In RV Camper Motorhome Trailer Fifth Wheel Boat Black Water Holding Tanks and Toilets Heads

Is RV Toilet Paper Necessary?

January 22, 2020

Is RV toilet paper necessary? RV toilet paper is readily available and recommended by many RV parts stores, dealerships, and fellow campers. Contrary to what many have been led to believe, it may not always be the best option while you're on the road. In this article we will go over some of the pros and cons of RV toilet paper use, when it's a good option, if it's worth switching brands, and some general tips and advice for your black tank.

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