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I guess some people have a different definition of “sanitary”.


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On a recent camping trip, I observed our campground neighbor empty his black tank, and after emptying, he then proceeded to insert his FRESH water hose very far INTO the open end of his SEWER hose, and turn on the campground fresh water to rinse out the sewer hose, then reconnected his fresh water hose back to the fresh water inlet on his camper. 🤮

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  • The title was changed to I guess some people have a different definition of “sanitary”.

You people are too nice, some people are just stupid and it's spreading throughout the country on just about everything, if you know what I mean. 

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I wouldn't cross contaminate intentionally but I'm concerned enough about doing it accidentally that my hoses are color coordinated. Blue or white for potable water. Black or grey for grey water or rinsing potentially contaminated items. We have a composting toilet now so that simplifies things a bit.

Edit: Forgot to say I also use a dedicated spray nozzle on the dark hoses. The color varies but usually a dark color.

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