BioWash Tablets (was:-Re: [motorhome-list] SOG Exit
I have bought them in Morrisons and Tesco I think since Lidl stopped them. One can check on their websites to see if they have them.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
On 27/09/2019 10:38, Neill King \(MH-List\) wrote:
Bio-wash used intermittently is good in grey tanks (black too according to some). The Lidl tablets used to be favourite being both convenient and cheap - but discontinued I think in favour of the more expensive 'pods'. Not tried those.
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Yes, bought ours in Morrison's. Got a couple of boxes recently for use in the cassette.
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On 27 Sep 2019, at 11:50, "nhrluk via Groups.Io" <firstname.lastname@example.org target=_blank>email@example.com> wrote:
I have bought them in Morrisons and Tesco I think since Lidl stopped
Well, I do the bio-detergent grey tank thing every now and then - usetoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
loose bio powder which is always available and cheaper than pods. In
days of Lidl availability did try 'pods' in loo. But found it useless
- nostrils totally unsatisfied.
So back to chemicals and happy to be whiff free - SOG or not, I know not.
Seeming to frequently end up in hard water areas my other standby is
cheap distilled vinegar - great for clearing stains around taps and on
the surface. And especially the lime-scaled-up kettle bottom.
30-minute soak, couple of rinses, couple of boilings later good as
Back to the loo: its blade can soon look white/grey from said
limescale. Bit of the cheap vinegar sees it cleared in 30 minutes.
After quick rinse, though, I always spray with seal lubricant.
But. What's happening in my hot water tank I fear to think. I've yet
to dare to pour a bottle of vinegar into the fresh water tank, flush
through, wait half an hour and then rinse and drain. Possibly twice.
For a full-timer, it's home maintenance, like having to defrost the
fridge/freezer (what do I do with the contents meanwhile?)
On 27/09/2019, Peter S <peter@...> wrote:
Yes, bought ours in Morrison's. Got a couple of boxes recently for use in
*It'll all be OK in the end. If it's not OK, it's not the end*
On Fri, 27 Sep 2019 at 15:13, timsinc Sinclair <timsinc@...> wrote:
So back to chemicals and happy to be whiff free - SOG or not, I know not.I've always found the traditional chemical smell unpleasant. The new
Hymer came with a small sample of the green coloured variety. Even
the unopened bottle has a slight trace of the small in a confined
space. I kept for a while and then it went after smelling the storage
Since 2005, I've been using SOG. I would have thought that with a
small motorhome and full-timing a SOG would be advantageous.
After quick rinse, though, I always spray with seal lubricant.I always use the Thetford seal lubricant.