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Pp Blue 2n1 Drop-ins 10pk on 2040-parts.com

US $19.69
Location:

Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States

Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States
Condition:New MPN:19079230201 Brand:Not specified

All new biological formula with proprietary BioBlastPlus(TM) odor control technology that performs without fail in all temperature conditions. Use only 2 oz. per treatment in both black and gray tanks! This high powered mixture of bacteria and enzymes is sure to keep your holding tanks clean and odor-free. Put the power of this revolutionary new formula to work for you and see what a difference it makes. This chemical-free, CA compliant solution is accepted at all campgrounds, RV parks, and RV/Marine dump stations. Safe to use in all septic systems. Will not harm children or pets. Fresh and clean scent.
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