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Raritan Potty Pack w/K.O. Kills Odors & C.P. Cleans Potties - 1 of Each - 22oz Bottles

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Potty Pack w/K.O. Kills Odors & C.P. Cleans Potties - 1 of Each - 22oz Bottles

C.P. Cleans Potties Bio-Enzymatic Bowl Cleaner - 22oz Bottle

C.P. Is Like No Other Toilet Bowl Cleaner.

It’s the first bowl cleaner to combine a specialized strain of bacteria with 100% biodegradable cleaning agents specifically designed to make the bowl shine like never before and keep the entire system odor-free, while maintaining the bioactive environment essential to odor control in your holding tank. 

C.P. Destroys Odors On Contact As It Cleans.

Just squirt a little C.P. under the rim of the toilet bowl. Stains, soil, and odor – even the worst raw water odors from the intake line - just disappear, usually without brushing. C.P. eliminates the need  to use bleach and other toxic chemicals to sanitize your toilet bowl. Use C.P. to clean sinks, showers and basins too! It leaves them sparkling clean and fresh-smelling. 

C.P. Is The Only Bowl Cleaner That Can Be Combined With K.O. (Kills Odors)

Other toilet bowl cleaners use chemicals. Because C.P. is a bioactive cleaner that uses no chemicals, it won’t kill the bacteria in K.O.(Kills Odors)

K.O. Kills Odors Bio-Active Holding Tank Treatment - 22oz Bottle

K.O. Is Not A Chemical Product.

K.O. utilizes live, odor-killing bacteria which digest liquids, solid waste and paper, totally emulsifying them so there’s no need to add “tissue digesters” or other “boosters” to your system. The bacteria in K.O. actually neutralize the odor-causing elements in waste, effectively converting the contents of your holding tank to an odor-free product. 

K.O. Is More Effective Than Any Chemical Or Enzyme Product. 

Chemicals only mask odor temporarily. Although they kill odor causing bacteria, chemicals also kill other bacteria that suppress odor. Chemicals can actually cause the odor problems you’re trying to solve! 

Enzymes stimulate the breakdown of waste already in the tank, but are not effective against odor, and are diluted by new waste as it’s added. You need only four ounces of K.O. per 25 gallon tank capacity. There is seldom any need to add K.O. between pumpouts, nor do you need to pump out until the tank is full, making K.O. less expensive to use than lower-priced products. Unlike chemicals, the discharge from tanks treated with K.O. is welcome in on-shore sewer and septic tank systems.

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