Last Updated on June 28, 2022 by Jessica Lauren Vine
Are you wondering, “Can I use toilet bowl cleaner in an RV?”
The worst thing that can happen when you live in an RV full time or even camp on the weekends is to have a dirty and stinky RV toilet. Don’t be so fast to reach for the toilet bowl cleaner though.
Using toilet bowl cleaner in your RV toilet can damage your toilet bowl as well as the toilet’s valve, seal, and black tank. Avoiding harsh cleaners is the best way to protect your RV’s waste system.
Using Toilet Bowl Cleaner
Some people do opt to use toilet bowl cleaner in their RVs but I don’t recommend it. Instead, use a cleaner that is RV specific if you want to have a clean toilet bowl without hurting your toilet or the rest of the waste system.
- Removes tough stains
- Clings to toilet bowl
- Trusted by RVers
- Doesn't remove built-up stains
Keep in mind that you shouldn’t just clean your RV’s toilet bowl. If you really want to make sure it doesn’t stink, you need to make sure to use a treatment on your RV’s black tank.
When we had issues with smells, it was because we didn’t use a good black tank treatment. They aren’t very expensive but they make all the difference when you’re trying to enjoy your RV.
This will help you avoid the nastiness and smell you might be experiencing from your RV.
- Orange Citrus Scent
- Keeps the stench away
- Easy to use
- Does not store well
Wrapping Up Toilet Bowl Cleaner
Now you know a little bit more about whether or not you should use toilet bowl cleaner on your RV’s toilet bowl. I’d just avoid harsh house toilet cleaners totally, but if you do it, just keep an eye on your tanks.
Before heading out, check out some of those other RV-related articles.