Clean and Restore Working Black Tank Sensors
Powered By the Most Advanced Bacteria & Enzyme Formula Available
- Cleans and Restores Sensor Probes in Blank Tanks
- Works Fast
- No Driving Necessary
- Fragrance Free
- Non-Toxic and Eco-Friendly
- Safe For Your Family, Septic Systems, and the Environment
- 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed
Clean Your Sensor Probes In Your Black Tank Safely and Easily
We rely on our RV sensors and probes to give us the most accurate readings on vital systems, like the condition of our black water holding tank. But sometimes these sensors can become covered in layers of soap residue, toilet paper, human waste, or any other material in your black water holding tank and cause the sensors to alert you that the tank is full when it really isn’t. Unique’s Sensor Cleaner goes to work cleaning and restoring these sensors quickly, allowing them to read accurately again. The best part is Unique’s Sensor Cleaner does all the work for you, no need to drive or attempt to mix the tank yourself. The totally safe, non-toxic blend of bacteria is proudly made in the USA and is totally safe for you, your family, and the environment. Unique’s Sensor Cleaner is also backed with a 100% money-back satisfaction guarantee!
Thousands of RV Users Already Trust Unique Sensor Cleaner To Clean and Restore Their Black Water Holding Tank Sensors.
Misreading sensors is a very, very common problem amongst many RV users. It is extremely easy for these sensors to get covered by grease, soap, human waste, toilet paper, or anything else in your holding and cause misreads that can be misinterpreted as faulty or broken sensors. Unfortunately many RVers choose to replace the sensor, thinking it is faulty, when oftentimes the issues comes from sensors needing to be cleaned. Unique Sensor Cleaner uses a powerful blend of bacteria that goes to work quickly breaking down the waste that causes sensor cleaners to misread. And the way it works is simple.
Unique Sensor Cleaner is bacterial based and bacteria need a food source to survive. The wastes covering your black water holding tank sensors are the perfect food source for bacteria. Once bacteria encounters a food source (the waste covering your sensors), it becomes active and begins to eat. As the bacteria eat, they produce enzymes. These enzymes help to break the waste down into more easily digestible portions for the bacteria so they can completely eat and digest the waste, leaving behind nothing but carbon dioxide and water.
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