Originally Posted by Sea Q
If you have the sludge problem --
Pump the tank out as much as possible and for every 20 liters of tank add about one oz of Noflex
Wash it down the toilet with enough water to fill the tank to 90 % full and leave it for 24 to 48 hours . (If you have vacuum flush toilets try not to get the powder on the rubber or ball)
If your tank sludge is more than 50 % of the tanks volume you may have to do this a second time.
Then use the Noflex on a routine basis once every couple of days to keep control of the smells and sludge.
If you do not have the luxury of time use a tablespoon every day (per person on board ) for a month and then cut it back once you see the tank walls cleaning up.
As for scale sometimes people see in there tanks dark clumps on the insides. It is usually build ups of toilet paper not scale If you do the treatment were you fill and let the tank sit for a day the Noflex will remove it.
I haven’t written any books but when I was in the business my charge out time for industrial sewage treatment systems is $1500 a day so I know something about **** .
Yeah, Dave, maybe "scale" is what we have, then. Looks like dark clumps built up on the insides of the tank walls -- to just about the halfway mark -- even after 2 seasons of almost-daily Noflex treatment (but while the system is in use).
I could only afford 24 hours worth of Noflex treatment with clean rinse water this time. Filled the newly-pumped/rinsed tank up to above the sludge line with fresh water, added about 2 tablespoons of Noflex, 24 hours, didn't seem to do squat.
I'm not thinking it wouldn't have eventually done squat, just couldn't afford more downtime at this particular moment.
BTW, you still need to pursue that whole Commercial Member thing they do here.