Congratulations on renting an RV! Whether this is your first time or you are a seasoned weekend warrior, its always important to make sure you avoid potential pitfalls that can take you away from the fun! In this article we are going to go over some of the best practices you should know when you work with fresh water tanks, black water tanks, and gray water tanks in your RV rental!
When it comes to proper black water care in your motorhome, trailer, or fifth wheel the top holding tank issues have always been and probably always will be avoiding Odors and Clogs. Savvy RVers understand that the best way to safely control odors and prevent clogs is to use bacterial and enzymatic products, but what most don't know is that there is A HUGE DIFFERENCE between bacteria products and enzyme products.
The Geo Method is a homemade system for treating your holding tanks that many people swear by and is widely believed to be an effective and cheap RV holding tank treatment process. In this post, we are going to go over every inch of The Geo Method, how it works, pros and cons, how waste digestion and odor elimination fit into that picture, and our recommendations.
Part of the routine maintenance that comes with 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. We recommend that you dump your takes, on average, every 3-5 days and that you add a dose of treatment after each dump.