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BANGKOK 17 January 2019 18:52
Olmy

Loo blues & septic tank

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Hi, not sure where to post this so I will try here.  The Mrs bought a big box of loo blues which she says are commonly used in Thailand but I am worried they will not be good for the septic tank.

Anyone know if they are safe to use (and, if not, an alternative would be helpful)?

Thanks,

Olmy

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You would be right.

Copy the following and put in google search.

 

file:///C:/Users/Derek/Downloads/STDDOC-29-Information-for-owners-handout.pdf

Edited by Kwasaki

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17 minutes ago, Kwasaki said:

file:///C:/Users/Derek/Downloads/STDDOC-29-Information-for-owners-handout.pdf

Not very useful to post a search that is for your local hdd is it?🤔

Edited by sometimewoodworker

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48 minutes ago, sometimewoodworker said:

Not very useful to post a search that is for your local hdd is it?🤔

That's not my fault if you haven't the ability to access google on your mobile.

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2 hours ago, Kwasaki said:

That's not my fault if you haven't the ability to access google on your mobile.

 

Since I do have the ability to access google on all 3 mobile devices and both computers and the emulation of 4 windows OSS I use that isn't the problem with your link.

 

I also found it (as crossy did).

 

However you seem to have missed the point that a link that starts as your one does is not an internet link or search term, it is a link to the file on the computer you are posting from, FWIW it is running some version of windows, with the user signed in as Derek, is on the main partition of the boot disk.

 

This is what gives that information.

3 hours ago, Kwasaki said:

file:///C:/Users/Derek/Downloads/

 

It would have been better to copy the file name only not the file name and path, or deleted the path information.

Edited by sometimewoodworker

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27 minutes ago, sometimewoodworker said:

 

Since I do have the ability to access google on all 3 mobile devices and both computers and the emulation of 4 windows OSS I use that isn't the problem with your link.

 

I also found it (as crossy did).

 

However you seem to have missed the point that a link that starts as your one does is not an internet link or search term, it is a link to the file on the computer you are posting from, FWIW it is running some version of windows, with the user signed in as Derek, is on the main partition of the boot disk.

 

This is what gives that information.

 

It would have been better to copy the file name only not the file name and path, or deleted the path information.

Well sorry pal thanks the info and Derek is my name I do not care who knows that, just trying to pass info fact to OP that loo blues are no good for his septic tank.

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Thanks Kwasaki, I did manage to find the document on google and it does helpfully answer my question.

Regards,

Olmy

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