Portable Toilets? Good, Better, Best

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Jon C.'s Comment
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For those of you that utilize them, could you please give me some information and feedback, pro's and cons? Minuet details not necessary though embarrassed.gif

Not to compare myself to woman, because there is no comparison. If my uh........ "member" ever bled for 30 seconds, I cant imagine how I would survive the rest of the day, never mind 4 out of 28. And they have the ability to bare (sp?) children, how the hell do I compete with that? I don't. However, 1 and maybe only comparison is that I do NOT like to use public restrooms and will do all I can to avoid. To the point after the past 10 years traveling from Miami to Long Island and everywhere in between for work, I'm to the point that my brain subconsciously changes the choices and ways I consume food and liquid leading up to departure to avoid using public restrooms on any given 600, 700, 800 mile jaunt to work.

I digress, thank you for your feedback in advance.


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Stevo Reno's Comment
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Lol 5 gallon bucket, with plastic bag liner and if ya have to, ya can buy 1 even with a seat on it

Travis's Comment
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Small trash can,save truck stop and grocery store bags. Have a trash bag in the can, put a store bag inside it. Maybe more if you got bubble guts. Wrap it up, tie it off. Put another bag and tie that as well if you can't immediately put it in a trash can/dumpster outside your truck. When you can get it out of the truck also close and tie off the trash bag. I've got a small trash can, maybe 2 gallon size. A 5 gallon bucket would take up more space than I'd want to give up.

PackRat's Comment
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Take out the passenger seat and swap it with a biodegradable-type commode that some RVs use.

Xero O.'s Comment
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I have this one. https://www.amazon.com/Camco-Toilet-Seat-Proof-Waste/dp/B07NM39V51?source=ps-sl-shoppingads-lpcontext&ref_=fplfs&psc=1&smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER

Seals tight. I once went to throw the bag in the trash dumpster and I accidentally tossed it in the recycling dumpster. I'm guessing whoever was sorting that day was awfully mad.

Chris W.'s Comment
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No opinion I am different in the sense I will hold it for about 3-6 hours and wait for a break the go at the truck stop. I do still like to relieve the glory days of track in high school. 800meter race from my truck to the truck stop then back

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NaeNaeInNC's Comment
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I make sure my trash can liners are ALWAYS the scented kind, and I carry gallon ziplocks as well. If I can avoid having to use truck emergency supplies I will.

Two trash liners, baby wipes, etc. When finished, tie the inside bag. Tie second bag. Put bags inside ziplock. Throw away at nearest realistic trash option.

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