Monday, 10 February 2014

Keep Low Flow Toilets, Septic Beds, Cottages & RVs Clear of Clogs with New E-Z FlushToilet Paper

I am writing about this topic today because about 12 years ago, my husband and I had a septic bed
that got clogged with toilet paper and it was an a very inconvenient, messy and expensive problem to get fixed. We had to have a company come in with a backhoe to dig up our backyard in order to get the septic system functioning again.And clogging toilet paper definitely contributed to the problem.I would like to share some helpful information about a new product that can help you avoid this problem so you don't have to go through the same mess and expense that we did!
As we all try to make environmentally friendly choices in our routines and homes, many of us have moved to using low flow toilets as a way of conserving water. However, using low flow toilets with traditional toilet papers brands does not always produce desired results and can end it unpleasant plunging activities. Or if you have little ones in your home who like to use just a little too much toilet paper at times, this too can result in unwanted clogs. Majesta has recently released their new E-Z Flush toilet paper and it is designed to break down easily and quickly in water, while still being soft and strong. Obviously, they have done their research into what type of wood pulp fiber would be best to achieve this result. I was invited by Majesta E-Z Flush Toilet Paper to take the 'Shaker Test' challenge so I could see for myself how the E-Z flush toilet paper compares to the leading brand when it comes to flushablity.

The 'Shaker Test' involved taking 5 sheets of each brand and placing them in a bottle filled with water and shaking 5 times, and then pouring them into a bowl to examine the results. I love a good little science experiment, don't you?

So here we go. Majaest E-Z Flush Toilet Paper vs. The Leading Brand.
I tore off 5 sheets of each.
I placed 5 sheets from each brand into bottles filled with water.
And I shook each bottle 5 times, thereby completing the "Shaker Test'.
After I shook each bottle, I poured out the contents into a bowl to examine them.
Here's what I found:
Bottle #1:The Majesta E Z Flush Toilet Paper performed exactly as promised!
The toilet paper broke down into small fibres producing an almost feathery-like substance in water.
It was easy to see how this paper would be easier on toilets, septic systems and the waste systems of Cottages and RVs.
Here are the broken down fibres in Majesta EZ Flush Toilet Paper.
Bottle #2: The contents of the bottle of the Leading Brand of toilet paper did not break down at all.{Below}
The paper was still in full sheets and was extremely hard to remove from the bottle because it clogged the neck....just like a toilet.
Conclusion: Clearly there is not doubt in mind which toilet paper breaks down more easily in water...which is easier on low flow toilets, septic beds, septic systems, cottage and RVs.
So if you would like to reduce the chances of ugly plunging experiences and the risk of expensive septic bed repairs, Majesta's EZ Flush Toilet Paper is a great choice!

If you would like to learn more about Majesta EZ Flush Toilet Paper, and see another 'Shaker Test' result, be sure to view this helpful video HERE.

Majesta will also be hosting the $25,000 e.z. Days Sweepstakes from January 1st until December 31st, 2014. Consumers can enter daily on the CONTEST SITE or FACEBOOK for their chance to win:
-1 of 5 grand -prizes of $3000 shopping sprees
- 1 of 24 monthly prizes (2 per month) of $50
1 of 360 daily prizes of Majesta product prize packs ($25 in coupons.)

“Disclosure: I am part of the MAJESTA e.z Day blogger program with Mom Central Canada and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.”

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