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Why You Shouldn’t Use Bleach in Cleaning Your Septic Toilet

There are different ways to disinfect your septic toilet. Using bleach shouldn’t be one of them. However, since bleach is a common and a very useful household item, it’s easy for everyone to just grab it and use it for all types of cleaning. Bleach has countless uses. They can be used to whiten surfaces, sanitize, kill germs, and remove stains. In fact, most toilet bowl cleaners you can buy in the supermarket are bleach or chlorine based. Continue reading “Why You Shouldn’t Use Bleach in Cleaning Your Septic Toilet”

10 Things You Should Avoid Doing To Your Septic System

Keeping a well-maintained system is essential not only for the environment, but also to save you from unnecessary costs. On an average, the whole septic system replacement costs $26,000. To avoid the risk of spending that amount of money, you need to know how to properly use your septic system and avoid these: Continue reading “10 Things You Should Avoid Doing To Your Septic System”

How to Keep Your Pit Toilet from Smelling

One of the first things you need to learn when you switch to a pit toilet is to learn how to keep it from smelling. Since it is not connected with a water system, wastes are just piled up in the tank of your toilet. The foul odor is natural, but that doesn’t mean you have to live with it. Continue reading “How to Keep Your Pit Toilet from Smelling”

Removing Compost and Maintaining a Clean Composting Toilet

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When your full tank has been replaced with a new one, you need to seal it for about 6 to 12 months to turn it into compost. When it’s ready, remove the cover from the rear wall opening of the composted tank. Continue reading “Removing Compost and Maintaining a Clean Composting Toilet”