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How It Works

Make your RV toilet bowls sparkle with Unique Scrub-It, powered by black-tank-enhancing bacteria and enzymes! Cleaning your RV toilet bowl with traditional toilet bowl cleaners, which contain caustic chemicals and antibacterial ingredients, will hinder your black tank’s ability to break down waste and keep odors under control. With Unique Scrub-It RV toilet bowl cleaner, you can remove stubborn stains, debris, and odors from your RV toilet bowl while boosting your black tank with beneficial bacteria and enzymes.

With Scrub-It, you can expect sparkling bowls and a formula that won’t kill or neutralize the beneficial bacteria inside your black tank.

All of these expectations can be achieved if you are using Scrub-It correctly. Below we will address common problems RVers run into and how you can solve them with Scrub-It.

What To Expect


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Stain-Free Toilet Bowls

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Odor-Free Toilet Bowls

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No Damage To Valves Or Seals

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Designed Specifically For RVers

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World Class Customer Support

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Compatibility With The Unique Method

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Solve Common Problems With Scrub-It


Stains In RV Toilet Bowl

RV toilet bowls can be especially difficult when it comes to stains. Soft surfaces can scratch, leaving behind a perfect hiding space for stains. Solve this with Scrub-It.

Hard Water, Rust, and Mineral Build-Up

Removing hard water stains, rust, and mineral build-up can make a relatively clean RV toilet bowl look downright dirty! Solve this type of buildup with Scrub-It.

Odors In My Toilet Bowl

Are your smells coming from your bowl, or your black tank? We’ll help you determine the source of your odors and help you solve it with Scrub-It.

Main Method


RV toilet bowls aren’t like your home toilet. They are typically made from three different materials: porcelain, ceramic, or plastic. Porcelain and ceramic styles are relatively easy to use, clean, and maintain. Simply clean your bowl regularly to keep these types of bowls clean, odor-free, and presentable.

Most problems occur with plastic bowls. These types of bowls can get scratches on the bowl’s surface from cleaning them with abrasive brushes, hard-bristled brushes, or pumice stones. Once the bowl is scratched it can be difficult to keep it looking presentable because stains cling to these cracks, making the bowl difficult to clean and unsightly.

Unique Scrub-It is powered by specialized bacteria, powerful enzymes, and stain-attacking surface scrubbers. These work together to rapidly break down the waste that is clinging to your RV toilet bowl’s surface so the debris can be scrubbed loose and flushed down the toilet. We recommend that you only clean your bowl with a silicone-bristle brush that is safe for use in RVs.

When using Scrub-It, make sure you add enough water to the bowl before cleaning so you can spread Scrub-It sufficiently around the bowl. Also, for tough stains you may need to allow Scrub-It to sit inside the bowl for several minutes or hours to loosen the waste - no amount of time is too long! Scrub-It’s formula is designed to work with RV toilet bowls and will not damage seals, valves, or bowls when left for extended periods inside an RV toilet bowl. And the cleaning doesn’t stop there! After you’ve got your bowl sparkling clean, the bacteria, enzymes, and surface cleaners that power Scrub-It will also help clean and deodorize your RV black tanks after you flush it down!

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Stains

I have stains in my RV toilet bowl

Excessive staining can happen because of a number of reasons. Sometimes the culprit is the material that the toilet bowl is made from. Sometimes it’s the water at the campground. And sometimes it’s a result of valves or seals that are starting to degrade which can leave black marks in the bowl.

In all of these cases, your plan of attack is the same. More time and water.

  1. Add a small amount of water to the bowl
  2. Apply Scrub-It to your bowl and scrub the surface stains your are trying to remove with a silicone-bristle brush
  3. If the stains remain, add enough water to your RV toilet bowl to fully cover any stains you are trying to clean
  4. Let sit for several minutes to several hours (no amount of time is too long - Scrub-It won’t damage your RV toilet when left to work for extended periods of time)
  5. Scrub the stains again to try to release them from the bowl
  6. Flush the toilet

In most cases this will solve difficult and persistent stains in RV toilet bowls.

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Waste Buildup

I have hard water, rust, and mineral build-up in my toilet bowl

Hard water, rust, and mineral build-up can be tough to clean. Often, these types of stains are a result of the local water source and these stains build-up over a long period of time, and continue to build-up with every flush while your RV is still drawing water from the problematic water source.

Removing these types of stains are difficult for any product, so be prepared for a little extra work. Time and more water are key, but you may also have to use a little more elbow grease as well.

  1. Add a small amount of water to the bowl
  2. Apply Scrub-It to your bowl and scrub the surface stains your are trying to remove with a silicone-bristle brush
  3. If the stains remain, add enough water to your RV toilet bowl to fully cover any stains you are trying to clean
  4. Let sit for several minutes to several hours (no amount of time is too long - Scrub-It won’t damage your RV toilet when left to work for extended periods of time)
  5. Scrub the stains again to try to release them from the bowl
  6. Flush the toilet
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Odors

I’m getting odors from my RV toilet bowl

Toilet odors are a very common problem in RVs. The first thing you’ll need to do is determine if the smell is coming from your bowl or your black tank.

If the smell is primarily urine, odds are it’s coming from your RV’s toilet bowl - or around the bowl. Simply clean your RV toilet bowl with Scrub-It and sufficiently clean the area around your toilet with disinfectant cleaners to remove any splashed urine that could be causing smells.

If the smell is primarily poop, or sewer smells, it’s probably coming from your black tank. First, confirm that the seal in your toilet bowl hasn’t gone bad, allowing odors from your black tank to seep up into your RV. If your seal is in good shape you’ll probably need to upgrade the holding tank treatment you are using, and begin following The Unique Method.

In rare cases, some brands of RV toilet bowls can actually capture waste between the wall of the toilet bowl and the toilet’s pedestal. This is very rare, so odds are you don’t have this problem. If you do believe that you have this problem, we recommend replacing the toilet bowl.

Using Scrub-It With The Unique Method

The Unique Method is an easy-to-follow treatment method that is used by thousands of RVers every day to prevent holding tank problems before they happen. Treating your holding tanks with Scrub-It, following The Unique Method, will ensure your holding tanks remain free from odors, clogs, and misreading sensors. The graphic below shows where Scrub-It fits into The Unique Method treatment process.

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