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Draining the toilet flush over the winter


_Chris

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Does anyone bother draining the liquid in the flush tank over the winter?

 

Our van is stood on our driveway and it was -1°C inside it this morning & 2°C outside when I looked just now.

 

The fluid in the sight glass looks - well fluid, & showing no signs of freezing. Does anyone know what temperature this stuff freezes at. Depends on concentration I know but I don't want to drain it unnecessarily in case we get the urge to go out over the winter. (?)

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_Chris - 2020-12-04 9:48 AM

...I don't want to drain it unnecessarily in case we get the urge to go out over the winter. (?)

Drain it out and put some in an empty spray bottle then just use the bottle if you go out for the day.

 

But, be careful of any overspray as these products are not designed to be sprayed or breathed in.

 

Far better would be to use one of the dedicated spray bottle liquids such as Thetford Aqua Rinse Spray

 

https://www.thetford-europe.com/gb/products/toilet-care-products/toilet-bowl-products/aqua-rinse-spray

 

Keith.

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