| Topic: Thetford cassette - bio tablets + pink?
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Message posted by JTQU06/2/2017 at 4:07pm
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Quote: Originally posted by Baileyjake on 06/2/2017
never ceases to amaze me. caravanners what a strange bunch.
you pay £10,000s for a caravan.
£10,000s to run a tow car thats bigger than you would need normally.
possibly £500/year to store
£120/year to insure
then you bulk at buying some toilet chemicals that cost £15 for a can that will last you more than a season.
i use the double blue concentrate and double pink and it costs £15 for both cans. the pink runs out faster than the blue. is it worth messing about trying out supermarket laundry products when the correct stuff doesn't cost that much more?
and if you are really into saving money stay in a hotel....it works out cheaper in the long run.
Whilst it might amaze you that seems to be down to not understanding why and then making, certainly in my case, an incorrect assumption.
We don't like what is termed as the "correct stuff"; they have for the 35 years we used them failed to do the job. Some have been pulled from the market for being carcinogenic, damaging septic systems, giving out awful smells worst than those they try to address, and lead to hard deposit build up in the cassette.
The bios I have used all did the job better. I have not messed about "trying" supermarket products, I have simply used them and yet to find any don't work as I want. The loo can more readily be emptied, it remains very clean of depositions and the smell is not an irritant or an issue; really all I need plus knowing they are suitable for putting into sewers.
Yes, it does save money but since when does buying something that does a better job for us, that cost less than products that fail to satisfy us, become something to ridicule?