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Camco RV Flexible Swivel Stik with Shutoff Valve dislodges and flushes the stubborn waste deposits and odor-causing particles left after holding tank is emptied. It features a powerful rotary cleaning action that reaches corners and walls of the tank. Solid section including handle measures 24″ long, the flexible section measures 34″ long with a 2″ diameter nozzle. One-quarter turn shut-off valve at your fingertips. Perfect for use on holding tanks that are offset from the toilet. All brass moving parts.

Product Features

  • Powerful rotary cleaning action dislodges and flushes the stubborn waste deposits and odor-causing particles left after holding tank is emptied
  • Solid section including handle measures 24″ long; the flexible section measures 34″ long with a 2″ diameter nozzle
  • Flexible section is perfect for use with holding tanks that are offset from the toilet
  • Easy grip handle with a standard 3/4″ female garden hose connection

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3 comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    Clogged black water tank now clear This Is my story about what I think of this Camco swivel stick. We are very experienced campers and know how to maintain a travel trailer. This year (2018) we decided to buy a newer (1998) Sunline Solaris. We Inspected this camper at a campground while everything was hooked up. The previous owner had the sewer hose hooked up to the campground sewer pipe with the dump valves open. This camper Is equipped with tank sensors, so I pushed each button. Was curious why the black tank showed 1/3 full…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Super stinky and crud was caked on the inside of … Bought a used Tavel trailer last week. Super stinky and crud was caked on the inside of tank as well as inside of the toilet pipe. And our sensors were showing full even after dumping. We were worried about a clog. Very gross. Bought the swivel stick and used it our first time camping. It did an amazing job! So much debris came out of the tank. Also used it for the pipe going down into the tank and the swivel stick got everything off. Flushed the tank nicely. Our sensors now work and the odor…

  3. Anonymous says:

    Easy to use It’s a dirty job but someone has to do it! This little contraption really comes in handy. It help gets the extra gunk out of our tank before we leave the campground. It’s a good idea to have your rv leaning towards the side the black tank is on when you hook it up at the dump station. It allows all that water from the sprayer to work that gunk loose and out of your tank. A strong word of caution- do not, I repeat, DO NOT pull the wand up to look down in the tank WHILE the water is turned on…

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