Thetford Aqua-Clean Kitchen & Bath Cleaner

Catalog Item # 4163

Thetford Aqua-Clean Kitchen & Bath Cleaner is strong yet harmless to your RV toilet.

Safe and powerful. Easily cleans countertops, sinks, showers, tubs, toilets and more. Other benefits include:

  • Won’t scratch; gentle and effective
  • The perfect cleaner for plastic, fiberglass, porcelain surfaces in RVs, on boats and at home
  • Removes soap scum, iron stains and hard water deposits
  • Safe for seals
  • 100% biodegradable liquid
  • 32-oz. bottle

    Below is a video showing a few of the features and uses for this item.

  • Technical Specifications

    2.4 lbs.
    32 oz.

    Camper's Choice Rating

    Reviewer rating of 5 stars based on 4 reviews (5 Based on 4 Reviews)

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    Great cleaner

    by Georgia Eddy – April 08, 2009
    5 out of 5 stars

    Love this! Waterless cleaning before packing up the trailer is great. Just squirt, wipe off, and go! Like it so much I use it on t

    This Stuff Is Terrific!

    by E. Ortega – February 28, 2003
    5 out of 5 stars

    I would give Aqua-Bowl 6 stars. I've tried other cleaners in my RV and nothing works as good or as easily as Aqua-Bowl. I've be

    Outstanding product

    by Steve Coons – January 03, 2007
    5 out of 5 stars

    Aqua-Clean Toilet Cleaner is a very effective product for cleaning toilets. I pour a small amount on a kitchen sponge and then sp

    A safe cleaner for any surface...

    by Gary Wack – May 20, 2012
    5 out of 5 stars

    I bought this cleaner because I was very weary about using anything that the box stores sell for cleaning my RV sink, toilet and c

    I need to clean the interior walls/ceilings of a Thor Tahoe 2003, 27RKSS, 5th wheel. Trying to find a product that won't damage the materials used in the interior walls/ceilings. Take off cooking grease on kitchen walls. Mold/mildew other walls and ceilings. Thank you.
    While this is a multi-purpose cleaner and states that it is safe for all surfaces. It is still recommended to test a small area of the surface you wish to clean to ensure no negative effects.
    by Camping World – May 18, 2015

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