Camco 41501 TST Blue Enzyme 4 oz Toilet Chemical Single Bottles – 8 pack

Camco’s TST Blue Enzyme RV Toilet Chemical contains a new bacterial/enzyme complex that will digest waste, tissue, fats and proteins and only activates in the presence of material requiring digestion. Unlike normal enzymes, this new chemistry provides a stable product with a long shelf-life that is not temperature sensitive. It is designed to treat 40 gallons with one 4 ounce bottle. It contains a buffer system to prevent acid formation as well as septic odors and has a Pure Rain fragrance. All components are biodegradable. It includes eight – 4 ounce bottles.

Product Features

  • Bacterial/enzyme complex that will digest waste, tissue, fats and proteins and only activates in the presence of material requiring digestion
  • Treats 40 gallons with one 4 ounce dose
  • All components are biodegradable
  • New chemistry provides a stable product with a long shelf-life that is not temperature sensitive
  • Pack of 8 – 4 ounce bottles

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2 Responses to Camco 41501 TST Blue Enzyme 4 oz Toilet Chemical Single Bottles – 8 pack

  1. Chuck J says:

    Seemingly a good product… How do you really know if these are working or not? From what I can tell, you don’t. Here’s the experience I have had in 2 seasons of using these:1) They’re super easy to use, and this is the main reason for buying them. Arrive in camp, fill toilet bowl with water, place pouch in bowl, and flush. That’s it! No measuring, no nothing.2) Haven’t had any paper clogs in our black tank. 3 women in the trailer. Using Charmin Ultra (it says it’s septic safe on the…

  2. J. Cassata says:

    My new chem for my travel trailer After using the aqua kem (blue syrup with formaldehyde) for the last 6 years, I gave this a try. Very happy with it. Not only is it not toxic like the blue, it is easier to handle. (ever get any blue on you or anything else?) And it smells nice.After reading everything I can find on what chemicals are best, I have to say that I agree with those who say, “it’s a holding tank, not a septic system.” Likewise, bacterial products that break down the waste (the ‘eco’ or ‘green’…