Toilet in the Pop Up

Discussion in 'Port-A-Potties / Cassette Toilets / Bath Houses' started by Jason Dillehay, Jun 26, 2019.

  1. Jason Dillehay

    Jason Dillehay New Member

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    Has anyone every installed an rv toilet in a pup that didnt have one? Just curious to see if it can be done. Maybe take one of the storage cabinets and use as a stall?
     
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    Anthony Hitchings Well-Known Member

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    Yes, plenty of posts, and YouTube videos. IF you remove any cabinets, just make sure that they were not holding a wall in place.
     
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    jmkay1 2004 Fleetwood/Coleman Utah

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    Something my folks did in our childhood pup is find a portable toilet that can fit in the cabinet and pull it out when needed. I was looking at popup where the cabinet was specifically designed for a portable toilet. They still kept the cabinet door on, but no lip on the bottom and the counter was put on a hinge. It wasn’t for a built in toilet but just a regular portable toilet. However you didn’t need to move it out to use. Many here just use a shower tent to put their toilet in to give privacy and keep the bodily smells out of the camper. My popup came with a built in toilet and a curtain attached by snaps for privacy. Many times I still use the campground toilets, but sure great to have in Emergancy and nighttime.
     
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    I only have room for a Campa Potti MT. I put it on the outside during the day and inside at night. At my age, I need to use it a couple of times a night. Most of my camping is boondocking, so any tree or bush will do for the "light work". I also carry a bed-side commode that I place outside for the heavy "Duty" work. I use bags in that. Afterwords, a deep hole in the ground far away from the camping area with do. There is rarely anyone else anywhere near my camp sites, so I don't even need to use my Privy tent.
     
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    Look at something like the Thetford curve for your solution.
     
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