Porta-Pak Holding Tank Deodorizer and Waste Digester, Fresh & Clean Scent

Catalog Item # 23913

End the hassle of liquid treatments - just drop a packet in!

Each water-soluble packet has a fresh scent and disperses instantly when dropped into the holding tank. Powerful formula, proven in millions of applications, breaks down waste and tissue while offering commercial-strength odor prevention. Will not clog pipes or valves and is formaldehyde-free. 10 packets in an easy-to-store zipper bag. Use 1 packet per 40 gallon tank. USA.

Technical Specifications

Less than 1 lb.

Camper's Choice Rating

Reviewer rating of 5 stars based on 30 reviews (5 Based on 30 Reviews)

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  • No drips or measuring (4)
  • No mess (3)
  • Just drop in and flush (3)
  • Excellent amount of product (2)
  • No mess, just drop in and flush (1)
  • Does not disperse through effluent (1)
  • Fails to prevent odors (1)

Great product

by Jonathan Ferguson – May 13, 2015
5 out of 5 stars

My wife purchased this the first time for our old travel trailer because it said it cleans the tank level indicators. I thought to

Porta-Pak Tank Deodorizer

by Anonymous – September 27, 2012
5 out of 5 stars

Keeps the tank from smelling. Also, it was easy to add to the tank.

Best I have used

by Tom Ball – January 08, 2004
5 out of 5 stars

I have been a RV owner and user for over 40 years and have dealt with powders, liquids, measuring, spilling etc. and the Porta-Pa

Good to Go!

by Anonymous – June 17, 2004
5 out of 5 stars

This is the best out there.....and so easy to use......make sure you add enough water.....then your good to go ;0) LOL......Thanks

The Greatest

by Jackie Dzugen – March 14, 2005
5 out of 5 stars

Tried many different product in my 5th wheel but never got rid of the smell until I used Porta-Pak.

by nifty – June 08, 2016
There are 10 sachets inside one package.
by Camping World – June 09, 2016
by Fe – May 28, 2014
10 packets per package.
by Camping World – May 29, 2014
Having been frozen shouldn't affect the contents of the packet. The manufacturer suggests letting them warm to room temperature before use.
by Camping World – May 27, 2014

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