On the subject of cassette toilets and the gentleman's vegetables. (1 Viewer)

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We always pull the flush lever slightly to fill the bowl to around a 3rd before getting started giving them something to bob about in same as a domestic loo then flush the lot, no marks, don't know if this would use too much of a euro vans cassette allocation but with 50 gallon capacity we only have to drop the kids off at the big pool once a week ::bigsmile:

I believe the RV bowls with drop to holding tank are more user friendly
I have a quite deep porcelain bowl, put an inch or two of water first then do your duty, flush and job done.
The euro cassette thingies are a big different methinks :rolleyes:
 

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I looked in google for a photo to post in line with your comment, found a few, bit too risque to post though, don't want a ban
Here she is..........Now, she could really make you better :)......Or very ill. :(

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I believe the RV bowls with drop to holding tank are more user friendly
I have a quite deep porcelain bowl, put an inch or two of water first then do your duty, flush and job done.
The euro cassette thingies are a big different methinks :rolleyes:
Perhaps they were all designed so Elvis could use them safely...
 

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One simple solution I find if you're having problems aiming for the open flap in order to deposit directly into the cassette thereby bypassing the bowl, is the surreptitious use of an empty tube from a toilet roll or, depending on distance of evacuation orifice to said opening, a kitchen roll tube. Positioned accurately, and one can ease the upper end nicely into place, it provides a foolproof chute to send the messengers nicely into the tank thereby saving on copious amounts of toilet paper in the bowl and therefore longer between emptying. The tubes can be rinsed in the kitchen sink before being used again or taken to the recycle bins.


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One simple solution I find if you're having problems aiming for the open flap in order to deposit directly into the cassette thereby bypassing the bowl, is the surreptitious use of an empty tube from a toilet roll or, depending on distance of evacuation orifice to said opening, a kitchen roll tube. Positioned accurately, and one can ease the upper end nicely into place, it provides a foolproof chute to send the messengers nicely into the tank thereby saving on copious amounts of toilet paper in the bowl and therefore longer between emptying. The tubes can be rinsed in the kitchen sink before being used again or taken to the recycle bins.
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There is only one possible response to that:Eeek:
 

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One simple solution I find if you're having problems aiming for the open flap in order to deposit directly into the cassette thereby bypassing the bowl, is the surreptitious use of an empty tube from a toilet roll or, depending on distance of evacuation orifice to said opening, a kitchen roll tube. Positioned accurately, and one can ease the upper end nicely into place, it provides a foolproof chute to send the messengers nicely into the tank thereby saving on copious amounts of toilet paper in the bowl and therefore longer between emptying. The tubes can be rinsed in the kitchen sink before being used again or taken to the recycle bins.
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58 Having read that post a dozen times I am still trying to work out how you can possibly 'curl one out' into a bogroll holder. Have you got a dash cam? If you have please can you illustrate your explanation, as anything that saves time with the toothbrush is good for me!(y)
 

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This is a prime example why I don't use the ignore button. I'm to nosey, and dispite hating this thread I keep coming back for a quick peek.:sick:
I know what you mean, this thread was running when I signed off last night - and I had to think twice before looking this morning:rofl:
It's a bit early -:D. I'll save the vid for later
 

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Having lain awake all night worrying about the delay in emptying tubes quickly enough given the saving on paper I suggest it would be wise to carry a bottle brush in the van. We all have them lurking in some dark corner under the kitchen sink. Used to clean the roll after each session on the loo would enable further use before the inner gets too soiled thereby slowing the flow of future stools. Again they can be rinsed under the kitchen tap to remove any attached debris.
 
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Having lain awake all night worrying about the delay in emptying tubes quickly enough given the saving on paper I suggest it would be wise to carry a bottle brush in the van.
This is ok until you inadvertently purchase rolls with
'bio-degradable' centre tubes & they collapse into a mush at first sign of damp.:eek:
 
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The only solution I could see to this predicament, and this has been attempted, was to shuffle forward (try not to imagine this too graphically; it will scar you) and flop the aforementioned vegetables on the outside of the bowl,

If you carry out this procedure, you will find that your bell end will be resting on an area referred to in Thetford's Instruction Manual as "the cheese board"

We never do it with the flap open,none of us likes the thought of splash back on the arse.

Again with recourse to Thetford's previously mentioned tome, this singularily invigorating phenomenon is usually referred to as a "Neptune's Kiss"
 
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I have followed this post with interest as I am always keen to learn about the finer points of motorhoming.
So could some of you old hands on here tell me how you deal with the type that sounds like a flock of birds taking off and has the consistency of pebble dash. Look forward to your replies.(y)
 

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I have followed this post with interest as I am always keen to learn about the finer points of motorhoming.
So could some of you old hands on here tell me how you deal with the type that sounds like a flock of birds taking off and has the consistency of pebble dash. Look forward to your replies.(y)

Less carbs especially beer and bread in you diet.

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I have followed this post with interest as I am always keen to learn about the finer points of motorhoming.
So could some of you old hands on here tell me how you deal with the type that sounds like a flock of birds taking off and has the consistency of pebble dash. Look forward to your replies.(y)
Probably be better off dropping Dr Shitzz a PM.

Sorry, Dr Shiftzz. (y)(y)
 

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