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KISS System?

Anyone out there have any information or recources they might be willing to share with regards to the KISS Marine (MSD) Sanitiation System? Looks like a real economical and effective way to deal with sanitiation issues on board. I have some information, but it is somewhat sketchy...a "step-by-step" would be great!

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What information do you have?

http://www.sailcopress.com/editorial%20MSD.htm

or this?

http://www.southwindssailing.com/art.../KISS0008.html

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http://www.triton381.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=631
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What information do you have?
I have the Sailcopress, and the latest Boat Works issue has a few pages devoted to it as well. It is good, but I would like to see it from start to finish as most boats have their peculiarities and such. I want a firm grasp on the concepts before I start yanking hoses and drilling holes!

Thanks for the Links Catamount!

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Chris, I see you are a New Hampshirite, too. I'll be building a KISS holding tank for my boat this winter. You'ld be welcome to come down to my corner of the state to see it when I get further along.

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Tim,

We will have to get together! Sent you a PM.
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Never got the PM, and your inbox is apparently full. Try e-mail: catamount - nh . acadia . net
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