August 29, 2018
Part of RV ownership is proper treatment of your RV toilet and black water tank, which includes regular dumping of the tank and use of high-quality tank treatment products. Neglect or Improperly treatment of your RV black tank will quickly lead to frustrating clogs, disgusting backups, misreading sensor probes, and embarrassing tank odors.
Unfortunately, there is a lot of misinformation out there regarding the best ways to treat your tank, and we understand that it can be difficult to know which “methods” are best and who to trust. But the reality is that treating your black tank correctly is simple if you follow the right methods. We’ve developed this easy-to-follow, step-by-step guide so you can effectively treat your black tank.
NOTE: We recommend that you dump your takes, on average, every 3-5 days and that you add a dose of treatment after each dump.
And that’s it! Dumping and treating your black water holding tank is actually very easy. Treating your tanks is a common part of routine tank maintenance, but true RV holding tank maintenance doesn’t stop here. To ensure your tanks remain free from clogs, odors, and misreading sensors you’ll need to follow a series of simple, but important steps. We outline all of these steps in our treatment process, The Unique Method. Thousands of RVers trust their tanks with The Unique Method every day. Start using it today and see how easy it is to maintain frustration-free wastewater systems in your RV! If you have additional questions about your holding tanks or the Unique Method don’t hesitate to reach out to us, we’re always glad to help. Happy Camping!
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