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Honey Pots for Group Camping: Tips for Camping With Portable Toilet Rentals
You’ve packed your family into the car and taken them camping, and because you love them, you brought them to a campground that has portable toilets available so that your loved ones don’t have to experience nature exactly that closely. Here are some tips for you to share with your fellow portable toilet users on your trip.
IF IT’S NOT FROM YOUR BODY, DON’T PUT IT IN THE POTTY
The way that portable toilets get clean is via a hose that goes into the hole and sucks up the waste and paper into a tank on a truck. Objects, such as bottles or feminine hygiene products, get caught in the hose and make the job a lot dirtier than it already is. With your help, we can ensure that the portable toilets are a relieving experience for everyone, and get cleaned a lot quicker!
MAKE A POTTY PACK
There are a string of supplies that you should definitely remember to bring with you on your trips to the portable toilets. Firstly, in camping one must rely on your own means of light, so make sure to bring a headlamp, which will give you hands-free illumination for while you’re doing your business (you may want to look into getting one with a red light feature, which will keep your night vision intact, unlike white light).
Your pack should also includehand sanitizer and camping toilet paper: again, this is for the sake of our equipment, dealing with the waste. You may want to include a magazine or a book of puzzles if you need to distract yourself without potentially sullying your cellphone or other technologies. Flip flops are important to bring for those late night potty runs, when you don’t want to be struggling with shoes
TRY TO LEARN THE CLEANING SCHEDULE
Portable toilets are cleaned with regularity to maintain your health, cleanliness, and comfort. The most refreshing feeling while camping may be using a freshly cleaned portable toilet, so see if you can find your use for one when the cleaning truck is nearby. Each unit only takes a few minutes to clean and is then immediately available for your use.
So remember, when you’re camping in the woods and using portable toilets, only put your waste and toilet paper in the hole, make sure to bring your supplies and gear, and try to find a freshly cleaned portable toilet – all these tips will make your camping experience much more enjoyable. Have fun!
Want more information on great portable potties for camping in your Taylor area? Just call Honeybucket at (512) 309-4609!