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post #11 of 26 (permalink) Old 20-03-2015, 18:38
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It's a long time since I saw that url quoted in a reply.
I thought the firm would have gone by now. (Mind you, you can only go when you've got to go!)


like this line "for extra back end support you can lean the back of the frame against a tree or some stable object"

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Pete I thought the places you go this would have been fine:
http://www.bumperdumper.com/bumper2.htm

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Hmm, I suppose if you forgot to put the bucket underneath you'd also need a pooper scooper.





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I thought there was no 'solids' allowed in motorhomes. I have that rule in mine apart from desperate situations when a small bin bag is arranged around toilet seat ( sanitary pad in bottom of bag for any liquids).
What does everyone else do.....just out of interest

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I thought there was no 'solids' allowed in motorhomes. I have that rule in mine apart from desperate situations when a small bin bag is arranged around toilet seat ( sanitary pad in bottom of bag for any liquids).
What does everyone else do.....just out of interest
Shock horror we poo and pee in ours, just like we do at home, that's what they are there for. (IMO).

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I thought there was no 'solids' allowed in motorhomes. I have that rule in mine apart from desperate situations when a small bin bag is arranged around toilet seat ( sanitary pad in bottom of bag for any liquids).
What does everyone else do.....just out of interest
You will be tellin us you must not get the shower wet next.....

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I thought there was no 'solids' allowed in motorhomes. I have that rule in mine apart from desperate situations when a small bin bag is arranged around toilet seat ( sanitary pad in bottom of bag for any liquids).
What does everyone else do.....just out of interest
Then what do you do with it? I'm intrigued.
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Double bagged , then disposed off at the earliest opportunity. My sis does the same in her motorhome.......we must be weird. After being a nurse for 38yrs the older I get the less I can tolerate the thought of 'solids' swishing around in the cassette and the emptying .....omg not a chance.......I gip at the smell of pee !!

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this is what I am like....
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SVE3rwY0_HI

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Double bagged , then disposed off at the earliest opportunity. My sis does the same in her motorhome.......we must be weird. After being a nurse for 38yrs the older I get the less I can tolerate the thought of 'solids' swishing around in the cassette and the emptying .....omg not a chance.......I gip at the smell of pee !!
Honestly you are worrying unnecessarily. If you use the Blue stuff in the loo it all breaks down and its just a kind of chemical smell when you empty it. I dont even think twice about it.

Most emptying points are outside anyway. The entire unit is sealed once you close the loo so no whiffs back in the van.

The Thetford system is well designed and a brilliant bit of kit. I would hate to think I was tied to sites in order to do a number 2!


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