Has anyone experienced problems in cold climates just blowing out the water system instead of adding RV anti-freeze. I am trying to keep the Casita in usable mode through the pheasant hunting season (end of January). Rinsing out antifreeze to a point that I can use the fresh water system is not fun or even possible when the house fresh water hose has been stored for the season and all of the outside faucets are off.
Several forum members have mentioned cold weather camping using the internal fresh water system. What do you do between trips to keep the system from freezing without needing to deal with RV antifreeze? Or do you find that the antifreeze is not that big of a problem?
Note: In another thread, Jerry-go-see does essentially what I have done this year in NC without problems. Anyone in colder climes that have tried the blow-out method without problems?
Edited by BlackDogs, 08 November 2007 - 07:18 AM.