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DiskDoctr

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Posted: 09/11/13 06:55pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Surely you're wondering what the heck? And then clicked to see what this was all about...

Well, many of us have the plastic toilet in our campers. We all know what happens when someone does their business and then flushes it. Eww..

There have been posts about spray hoses and other creative methods of dealing with such problems.

So I was wondering...does anyone *wax* the inside of their bowl to keep stuff from sticking?

We tried a spray bottle with soapy water in it for a while. It helped, but not the wonder product.

Getting ready to refinish the outside of the camper and even 303 the canvas and the bottom of my canoe (which reminds me of the surface of the toilet innards). Got me to thinking...and now asking?

Aerospace 303? Turtle wax? Sexwax? Share your secrets (well, not ALL of them, this is a family forum )

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Posted: 09/11/13 07:02pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I fill it with water first..seems to work fine most of the time..other wise I have a toilet brush right there


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Posted: 09/11/13 07:08pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Bucky Badger wrote:

I fill it with water first..seems to work fine most of the time..other wise I have a toilet brush right there


Same here add water (you should be dong this to help fill the black tank anyway), and use a toilet brush when needed. No, I wouldn't consider waxing the inside of the toilet!


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Posted: 09/11/13 07:11pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

If you want to coat it with something you may want to try Rejex. They saw nothing will stick to it but the shine. It is also used on the outside of the rv to make things nice and shiney

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Posted: 09/11/13 07:26pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Bucky Badger wrote:

I fill it with water first..seems to work fine most of the time..other wise I have a toilet brush right there


X2 or 3!

To save fresh water and to speed things up, I have an old 2.5 gal. detergent bottle filled with with water. On my rig filling the bowl is a balancing act. Too much pedal and it flushes, not enough, takes forever.

I also use a full bottle to prime the black tank, this way I know how much water I added and after dumping, I empty a full bottle in the toilet to flush the black tank. No hauling a hose through the coach.

My routine for 30 years and 3 rigs!


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Posted: 09/11/13 07:37pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Since I took my buddy Jim's advice I haven't had the problem you speak of.
He convinced me to get on the Metamucil program (2 spoonful's a day dissolved in a big glass of water). The subject of the conversion was not about the sticking problem but none the less, the product does wonders. Once the Metamucil starting helping me I noticed the "sticking problem" became non-existent. I really mean it, it works, and besides it's good for you!
Give it a try for a week and you to will become a believer!

Over the years I have had the problem you speak of. I ended up making a little "hamster bed" out of toilet paper which worked pretty good. I even thought of a marketable product called the "Toity Doity", a pack of tissue like paper similar to coffee filters, but never went anywhere with it. Then strictly out of luck I came upon the Metamucil solution. I'm not kidding it really works!


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Posted: 09/11/13 08:42pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We were always taught to put one length of TP lengthwise in the bowl and one length widthwise to make a T in the bowl. Flush and all does down.


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Posted: 09/11/13 09:09pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Some of you people got to be kidding.
Just put water in it and letter rip.
Just like at home.


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