Category Archives: Must Have RV Supplies

Holding Tank Deodorizers

 Walex TOI-91799 Porta-Pak Holding Tank Deodorizer, (Pack of 10)Check PriceEvery RV or camper that has a bathroom needs to carry holding tank deodorizers onboard.

Holding tank deodorizers come in a few varieties, including little pre-measured packets (which we prefer), a dry powder or as a liquid – both of which must be measured – which is put right down the toilet after you do a dump (empty the black water holding tank).

The holding tank deodorizer remains in the holding tank until it’s dumped the next time and diminishes any smells from material in the holding tank by rapidly breaking down toilet paper and solid waste.

Just treat the toilet with a dose of whichever holding tank deodorizer you choose after you perform each dump. Your holding tank treatment will keep your camper smelling much fresher.

Note: You can use these holding tank deodorizers for any portable toilet or waste water container (think bucket….).

 Walex BIO-11530 Bio-Pak Natural Holding Tank Deodorizer and Waste Digester, (Pack of 10)Check Price Happy Campers Organic RV Holding Tank Treatment – large 64oz tub (64-treatments) for RV, Marine, Camping, Portable Toilets.Check Price Reliance Products Bio-Blue Toilet Deodorant Packaged (12-Pack)Check Price Valterra V22128 ‘Pure Power’ Waste Digester and Odor Eliminator – 128 oz. BottleCheck Price Camco 40256 TST Gray Water Odor Control – 64 ozCheck Price RID-X RV Toilet Treatment Liquid, 16 Treatments, 48 OunceCheck Price

sewer line support

Sewer Hose Supports

 Camco 43041 15′ Sidewinder Plastic Sewer Hose SupportCheck PriceOk, maybe a brand new RV owner doesn’t exactly need a sewer hose supports, but, the first time they go camping, they’ll sure thank you for the thoughtful gift.

Depending on your RV site, the sewer connection (if there is one) may not necessarily be downhill from where your black water (sewer tank) is. Therefore, when you go to drain the black water tank (the sewer water), it may not drain properly or thoroughly as the draining waste could be fighting gravity.

That’s why sewer hose supports are so nice. Just place them out under your sewer hose in accordian fashion with the tallest support near the camper and the low end right by the sewer. The gradual decline built into the sewer hose supports will allow all of the black water to drain right out, making what could have been a messy job not nearly so.