Camping Toilet, Don't Leave Home Without It!

So, a camping toilet is probably the last thing you think of when preparing for a camping trip.

That is until....you need one! You start to feel that gotta-go feeling and then realize, uhhhh, where do I go?

Don't fret over it. Get yours before you go camping and keep it with all your supplies and you will not leave home without it.

There are several different kinds of RV potties. You can get one that folds for travel or one that doesn't fold but is compact. Some have liners that allow you to dispose of the waste easily without needing to clean it.

Some have to be manually cleaned. Keeping it deodorized is the best weapon you have against the odors that accumulate.

Be sure to dispose of the waste in approved dumping areas only. Never dump your waste on the ground. There are dumping stations at campgrounds for this purpose.

Or Make a Potty Anywhere

Do you love the outdoors but don’t like to use public restrooms?

Concerned about how sanitary they are?

Need to go NOW and there is no working plumbing available?

Relax.

Do you love the outdoors but don’t like to use public restrooms?

Concerned about how sanitary they are?

Need to go NOW and there is no working plumbing available?

Relax.

You found a go anywhere system that will help you ‘go’ safe, clean, economical and with dignity, anywhere, anytime. Ideal for camping, it is compact and lightweight.

Using an outdoor potty gives you peace of mind when you need to go and cannot wait.

You can cover it with a privacy tent or by making a tent shelter out of a tarp. You don't have to be in the open.

Be sure to use a deodorizer in your potty. This will keep the odor down and not attract bugs. Plus, your camping area will thank you for it.

Also, use biodegradable toilet tissue. This kind of tissue breaks down faster and easier.

Dump your waste in a dumping station at the campsite or wherever one is available.

Using an outdoor potty gives you peace of mind when you need to go and cannot wait.

You can cover it with a privacy tent or by making a tent shelter out of a tarp. You don't have to be in the open.

Be sure to use a deodorizer in your potty. This will keep the odor down and not attract bugs. Plus, your camping area will thank you for it.

Also, use biodegradable toilet tissue. This kind of tissue breaks down faster and easier.

Dump your waste in a dumping station at the campsite or wherever one is available.

It is important to keep extras of the most needed supplies. Using the drop in tablets are easy to use and won't spill out in your vehicle.

Also, be sure to clean and sanitize your camping toilet after using it.

Let it air dry completely before storing it for the next time you will need it.

Mold and fungus will grow if not washed out.

Store it in a dry place.

Moisture grows bacteria, so be sure you keep it dry.




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