Just a bunch of crap.
Yep, we said it! You’ve found our blog, our online journal, the place we go when we’re full of something to say (and maybe full of other stuff as well!). Is it crap? Well, we like to think it’s good advice, a dose of smart observation, and perhaps a tip or two. Enjoy!
If there’s one question we’ve literally heard tens of thousands of times, it’s how to get misreading tank sensors working again. It has to be the number one frustration with RVers. Find out how tank sensors work, why they stop reading accurately, and what you can do about them in our definitive article on the subject.
Who you want working on your RV’s holding tanks is as important as the make, model, and details you investigated when you purchased your RV. Hopefully, it’s clear that Kleen Tank — North America’s leading and largest professional RV tank cleaning service — is the right choice when caring for your RV tank needs. Find out why.
For most RVers, conserving water isn’t an issue as they are staying at an RV park or resort that has full hookups. But RVers who have a need to conserve water (and waste) because of their specific RVing circumstances need some ways to conserve water (and the subsequent waste) when using their RV. Here’s some advice.
No one likes the odors from your holding tanks. No one. But if you smell a rotten or sewer gas-like smell when you turn on your furnace, something is amiss. Time to do some diagnostics. Let’s take a look to see what can be causing that odor…and what you can do about it.
If there’s one topic that is common to every RVer, it’s holding tanks! In fact, next to the oh-so-common frustration about tank sensors and the always-reliable question about the best tank additive, the next most frequent question we get is about how to clean RV holding tanks. So let’s take a look at the topic.
Quite literally, the pyramid mound is a pyramid-shaped mound of solid waste and toilet paper that has built up inside your black water holding tank. Pyramid mounds are very easy to form if you’re not following proper RV holding tank care procedures. Learn more about this frustrating “common” and unfortunate situation.
You’re meticulous about keeping your RV clean. So why do things still smell in your RV? There are five surprising reasons that are causing all the stink.
Is it a commonly-believed RV myth or is there some truth to the belief that dumping ice cubes down your RV’s toilet (and into the black tank) will keep things clean, your sensors working, and get clogs out? Here’s our opinion based on actual observation, common sense, and research.
It’s a question we get asked a lot: When dumping your RV’s holding tanks, can you first dump your gray tank’s contents into the black tank as a sort of rinsing process? We’ve seen a lot of longtime, experienced RVers do it, but we’re not in favor. Here’s why.