I am trying Walex toilet sachets

Phil

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#1
I am now trying Walex Porta-Pak / Lavender drop in toilet sachets. They are 35g per sachet and are made for RV holding tanks. Because the capacity of our European cassettes is much smaller it means that you get a good dose each time. I have now used them 3 times and each time I have been really impressed.

Depending on how many you buy you can get them down to below £1 per sachet.

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#2
Are they Septic-Tank safe?
Also - where are you buying them from?
 
#6
Once i was in a hotel and required to use the loo,as it was out of service on my floor a removed the lamp shade glass bowl and used that before leaving for home.
Two weeks later i received a email saying i hoped you had a good and pleasant stay,however we know what you have left in the room but we cannot work out where.:mad:
 

jagmanx

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#7
Once i was in a hotel and required to use the loo,as it was out of service on my floor a removed the lamp shade glass bowl and used that before leaving for home.
Two weeks later i received a email saying i hoped you had a good and pleasant stay,however we know what you have left in the room but we cannot work out where.:mad:
So did you lose your deposit ?
Was the hotel a bit of a dump ?
Had they tried to paper over the cracks ?
 
#10
So did you lose your deposit ?
Was the hotel a bit of a dump ?
Had they tried to paper over the cracks ?
Actually he'd just broken up with his girlfriend, he said "It's over Flo" mind you she was a little potty and he used to keep her under the bed. Eventually, she went clean round the bend, I think it must have been a chain reaction; well, you can't beat the cistern.......I'll get my coat now.

Rae
 
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jagmanx

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Actually he'd just broken up with his girlfriend, he said "It's over Flo" mind you she was a little potty and he used to keep her under the bed. Eventually, she went clean round the bend, I think it must have been a chain reaction; well, you can't beat the cistern.......I'll get my coat now.

Rae
Clean Round the bend as was "Harpic" Marx Still a day at the Races is a nice day out as long as you have Duck Soup for lunch..I sometimes get a bit Groucho...
OR perhaps we should rename Trev to "Skiddo" ?

What sort of "Odd Jobs" do you mean ?
 
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jagmanx

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#13
Fabric Conditioner ?
Just a thought maybe a small amount of fabric conditioner (many scents available) alongside clothes washing liquid will keep the cassette clean and smelling OK. We manage very well with formil but will look to add Fabric conditioner from now.
PS We do not put paper in the cassette it goes into a "Doggy Poo Bag"
 


#14
£1 per sachet o_O you`ll be giving members a connery with silly talk like that :eek:
 


#15
As I try to empty cassette at every possible opportunity, it can vary from daily to very occasionally a week and I would certainly find it very difficult to be putting a pound in a time. I struggle to use a 20p pay loo haha
 
#16
Is it not £1 for a sachet of 10 err, sachets?

Kevin
 

debs

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I am now trying Walex Porta-Pak / Lavender drop in toilet sachets. They are 35g per sachet and are made for RV holding tanks. Because the capacity of our European cassettes is much smaller it means that you get a good dose each time. I have now used them 3 times and each time I have been really impressed.

Depending on how many you buy you can get them down to below £1 per sachet.

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They remind me of the sachets we used on our coach toilets, when I drove holiday coaches to Spain and Italy. Massive holding tanks to cater for 74 passengers and crew. Can't remember what they were called, we used to chuck a few in, then step away quickly, otherwise your eye's started smarting!
 
#19
1£ per 2 days use. What happened to spending a penny.
Perchlorate nappy/laundry soaker is most economical
 
#20
Just ordered some from Amazon, we'll be interested to see if they smell any better than the Lidl bio tabs.
 


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