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Old 01-01-2016, 08:24 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by Snaken49 View Post
It's actually no more effective than Clorox. According to a paper published by the World Health Organization on May 8th, 1986, that describes the use of chlorine dioxide, sodium hypochlorite, and sodium hypochlorate as disinfectants for drinking water, chlorine dioxide rapidly breaks down into chlorite when added to water. Chlorite is exactly the same active ingredient as in Clorox bleach. Save your money. Use unscented Clorox, just like your Airstream owner's manual, the World Health Organization, FEMA, and the EPA all recommend for sanitizing fresh water supplies.

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Old 01-01-2016, 09:49 PM   #16
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We are in Texas & are newbies - got our 2015 FC 27FB in 4/2015 & after taking it out a couple of times - summer arrived & it got too hot - especially for our golden retriever. So it has been in covered storage for 4 months. We are gearing up to get back on the road next week. Should I have any concerns about mold or quality of the water in the fresh tank? It has been about 40% full.


call me overly cautious but i'm not big on drinking water that's been stored around plastic.. when I camp we have big glass water containers that we fill with RO water from the health food store .. delicious tasting and chemical free ..

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If you are in Texas you probably already know you can buy RO water from the kiosks for as little as 15 cents per gallon. We never drank city water while we had a park model in Tx, primarily because it tasted so bad!

For your FW tank; drain it and refill it with fresh water and add 2 or 3 ounces of bleach. Let it sit for 2 or 3 hours and then pump it through your lines (by-pass the HW tank) and then drain and flush again. Next time drain the tanks when you leave the trailer in storage. Then you just need to flush the bottom of the tank and off you go!

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