Since you appear to be from California, I'm guessing that you may have
no need for the RV antifreeze winterization process that we mid-westerners
have to go through? (either in your RV tanks or your professional tanks?)
Do you know if a bleach solution will also dissolve/remove any residual RV
antifreeze in an RV fresh water tank?
I had heard so many stories about bad tasting water from bacteria-free
(bleach-sanitized?) tanks, that I figured to use the cleaning strength
white vinegar to dissolve/remove any antifreeze residue and then, maybe
closer to the end of the camping season, use the bleach solution to more
completely sanitize the tank before winterization with RV antifreeze.
Does that sound like a workable solution to you or is it just plain