To sanitize the water system use a quarter cup of household bleach for every fifteen gallons of water your fresh water tank holds. Mix the bleach, with water, into a one-gallon container and pour it into the fresh water holding tank. Fill the fresh water tank almost completely full of potable water.
Thereof, how much bleach do I put in my RV water tank?
Mix one cup of bleach to four gallons of water for a 40 gallon tank, one and a half cups of bleach to six gallons of water for a 60 gallon tank, and two cups of bleach to eight gallons of water for a 100 gallon tank. Add the bleach solution to your tank, then fill it up all the way with fresh water.
Also, how do I add chlorine to my RV water tank? Fill the water tank with a solution of 1 cup (8 oz) of household bleach per 10 gallon tank capacity. Turn on every faucet on the boat (including a deck wash if you have one), and allow the water to run until what’s coming out smells strongly of bleach.
Additionally, how do I sanitize my RV water tank?
Add around 300 ml of cleaner into the empty holding tank, then add at least five litres of lukewarm water. Gently swill the liquid around the tank so it coats the inside well. Leave the tank for at least 16 hours, giving it a rock every now and again. Empty the tank and then rinse thoroughly with fresh water.
Can you put bleach in an RV toilet?
No, you should not pour bleach down your RV toilet. Bleach has chlorine inside of it and chlorine is not good on a lot of materials, including plastic holding tanks. Besides damaging your tank and possible dumping system, bleach can ruin gaskets.