From the bloggers at Camping Roadtrip.
Just think about it. We are so accustomed to having clean water flowing from the tap at home that access to clean and safe water is something that we tend to take for granted. So, when we go on road trips we naturally assume that the water stored in our RV fresh water tank is just as safe and clean as the water we use at home.
However, one of the cardinal rules that frequent travelers and veteran RVers often live by is that you can’t always trust the water you use or consume away from home. You can never be sure where that water came from. And if you’re not that careful, you can end up getting sick with some form of stomach or skin ailment from using contaminated water.
Sanitizing your RV fresh water tank is much easier to do than it sounds. It can take around half a day to get the chore done, but the actual work will only take less than an hour to accomplish.
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