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Update on treatment for fosse.

Post by Inkflo on Mon Dec 08, 2014 12:22 pm

Well, we've been using these tablets for a month and what a massive difference in the fosse! It's better than we've seen it for eight years, and so easy to treat now, I wish we had found them a long time ago.
No more Eparcyl for us! cheers

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Post by tocyvi on Mon Dec 08, 2014 2:15 pm

Inkflo wrote:Well, we've been using these tablets for a month and what a massive difference in the fosse! It's better than we've seen it for eight years, and so easy to treat now, I wish we had found them a long time ago.
No more Eparcyl for us! cheers

I don't know whether you realise it, Inkflo, but you're not supposed to bathe, swim, lounge or just sit and admire your fosse. It's not something to be proudly shown off to visiting dignitaries or discussed in glowing terms with friends round the dining room table. It's a dark part of French life which is never mentioned until that fateful day every 5 years when "a man with a van" (or, hopefully, a tank) comes round and then it's forgotten about for the next 5 years.

"better than we've seen it for eight years" - how much time do you actually spend looking at your fosse!! Shocked Wink
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Post by Amber on Mon Dec 08, 2014 8:06 pm

lol! Like it Tocyvi, although I shouldn't encourage you santa

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Our fosse

Post by Inkflo on Tue Dec 09, 2014 10:55 am

tocyvi wrote:
Inkflo wrote:Well, we've been using these tablets for a month and what a massive difference in the fosse! It's better than we've seen it for eight years, and so easy to treat now, I wish we had found them a long time ago.
No more Eparcyl for us! cheers

I don't know whether you realise it, Inkflo, but you're not supposed to bathe, swim, lounge or just sit and admire your fosse. It's not something to be proudly shown off to visiting dignitaries or discussed in glowing terms with friends round the dining room table. It's a dark part of French life which is never mentioned until that fateful day every 5 years when "a man with a van" (or, hopefully, a tank) comes round and then it's forgotten about for the next 5 years.

"better than we've seen it for eight years" - how much time do you actually spend looking at your fosse!! Shocked Wink

Well, if you'd been paddling in as much overflowing sh..t (wonder if it's any good for Pawlonias!) as we have this past couple of years, you would be checking yours regularly too Laughing
It's only eight years old and passed the inspection no problem, I don't throw grease or any contaminants down, no bleach, nothing, but I've lost count of the times moh has been up to his ankles in the stuff. So we're pretty paranoid about it now, and hopefully, this has solved the problem.
ps. I've already planned to give you a guided tour when you come over lol!

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Re: Update on treatment for fosse.

Post by tocyvi on Tue Dec 09, 2014 9:16 pm

Inkflo wrote:
tocyvi wrote:
Inkflo wrote:Well, we've been using these tablets for a month and what a massive difference in the fosse! It's better than we've seen it for eight years, and so easy to treat now, I wish we had found them a long time ago.
No more Eparcyl for us! cheers

I don't know whether you realise it, Inkflo, but you're not supposed to bathe, swim, lounge or just sit and admire your fosse. It's not something to be proudly shown off to visiting dignitaries or discussed in glowing terms with friends round the dining room table. It's a dark part of French life which is never mentioned until that fateful day every 5 years when "a man with a van" (or, hopefully, a tank) comes round and then it's forgotten about for the next 5 years.

"better than we've seen it for eight years" - how much time do you actually spend looking at your fosse!! Shocked Wink

Well, if you'd been paddling in as much overflowing sh..t (wonder if it's any good for Pawlonias!) as we have this past couple of years

You PADDLE in it!!!! Good God woman! It's you that need treatment not the fosse!
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