A recreational vehicle is a great option for those who enjoy spending time outdoors but don't want to give up the creature comforts of home. Maintaining an RV includes adding holding tank treatments to gray and black water tanks, along with regular dumping.
RV holding tank treatment products break down waste, and deodorize gray and black water tanks.
Adding treatments to RV holding tanks assist in preventing bacteria growth and ensures proper function of the tanks.
Three types of RV holding tank treatments exist, including those containing formaldehyde, neutral chemicals and nonchemical, enzyme-based products.
Other products regularly added to RV holding tanks include treatments for dump valves, toilet tissue and sensor cleaners.
For proper use, make sure to follow directions as tanks vary in size and often require different amounts of treatment.
Article Written By A.C. Bauer
A.C. Bauer is a seasoned adventurist with explorations spanning four continents, including hiking Machu Picchu, snorkeling the Great Barrier Reef, running the Ice Age Trail and road biking out of her front door. She has written marketing materials for eight years and worked for Red Bull, Disney and Dick's Sporting Goods, and received a master's in recreation and sport science from Ohio University.