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Old 10-18-2019, 06:28 AM   #21
Steve's 70-5
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Join Date: Oct 2019
Location: Louisville
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I built a wood trough to put the sewer hoses in. 2 are in the garage in the trailer. One is in the bumper. I have caps for all my sewer hoses. In the few dump stations I have been at there is always water there, no need to get a hose out. If camping with full hook ups, I will let the black tank flush run for 5-10 minutes Then use a garden hose to wash stuff down. I wear disposable gloves When dumping tank. I have a bottle of hand sanitizer in one of the pockets on the door of my truck.

I work construction and deal with portta-potty’s all the time. You have not seen anything yet.

I am a analog man living in a digital world.

Joe Walsh
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Old 10-18-2019, 08:35 AM   #22
Join Date: Oct 2010
Location: Panhandle of Florida
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The drain hose and connectors go into a tub for storage in the trailer. When stores i take it out, full with water, our in a couple cups of bleach, lift it up and down a few times, to mix and circulate, let sit for an hour, empty and then drain and dry and put it back in the tub then back in the trailer. Done

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