When you live on a farm and are on well water (not town water), extra special attention needs to be made on what you put in your toilet. We have a septic system, so we don’t really want any surprises, if you know what I mean!
I was interested in hearing about Tammy Buchanan and what plumbing tips she has to share.
As a plumber, founder of Small Jobs Plumbing – the first female owned and operated plumbing company in Nova Scotia – and mother to an eight-year-old boy, nobody knows clogs better than Tammy Buchanan! And while you might not always think of it, one of her top tips for avoiding plumbing problems is starting with a toilet paper that breaks down quickly in water. This is especially true if you have low-flow toilets or a septic system, own a cottage or RV or simply have a kid who can’t help but put a little too much in the bowl!
Now, Tammy wants to share her tips and advice on how to fix some of the most common toilet troubles with Canadians through the e•z Toilet Fixes videos on Majesta.com.
I wanted to check it out for myself and decided to do the “shake test” with my 5 year old daughter.
Our findings were surprising!
NOTE: Please excuse the video. The kid is cute, but I’m no cinematography whiz!
As you can see, even Little One knows that MAJESTA breaks apart much faster than a leading brand of toilet paper. Even she knows it means no clogging up of our septic system!
I’m pretty excited to share this with my Life on Manitoulin readers. If you have a cottage, RV, or like us, have well water/septic system, this may be of interest to you too.
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Check out more plumbing tips and e•z Toilet Fixes videos, as well as the MAJESTA $25,000 e•z Days Sweepstakes. Running for 365 days, the contest offers the chance to win daily MAJESTA product prize packs, two $50 cash prizes every month and five grand prizes of a $3,000 shopping spree.