portable toilet chemicals

Good morning,has anyone come up with a formula to make chemicals for portable toilets? thaks johno
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Reply By: Fred G NSW - Sunday, Apr 08, 2012 at 09:52

Sunday, Apr 08, 2012 at 09:52
Have a look here
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Reply By: Member - John and Lynne - Sunday, Apr 08, 2012 at 10:03

Sunday, Apr 08, 2012 at 10:03
This question has been answered many times on this and other forums. Try a search and you will be reading for hours!
What it always boils down to is:
All the chemicals on offer are expensive, environmentally disastrous and make your rig smell like an old time public toilet!
The best thing to use is Coles or Woolies own brand Napisan. A couple of lidfuls and a litre of warmish water tipped in to empty cassette and all will be good. This costs hardly anything and there are no smells. The expensive Napisan is not so good! You can buy it anywhere there is a supermarket - the IGA Home Brand is OK too.
This is septic tank safe so emptying your cassette is much less of a hassle.
Before using this for the first time in your toilet you do need to thoroughly clean your cassette as chemical residue will reduce its efficiency.

No doubt the supermarkets are still wondering why there is such a huge demand for the stuff! It isn't the new mothers buying it but all us grey travellers.
You can throw some into the wash too if your stuff is pretty grotty!
Lynne
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Follow Up By: Member - John and Val - Sunday, Apr 08, 2012 at 10:11

Sunday, Apr 08, 2012 at 10:11
Hi Lynne,

Had to laugh at "grotty" - it was THE word in the 60s. What memories it brings back! Much more evocative than the current "cool".

Cheers,

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Follow Up By: Fred G NSW - Sunday, Apr 08, 2012 at 10:25

Sunday, Apr 08, 2012 at 10:25
Tue true Val, haven't heard it used in yonks.

It had a multitude of applications.

I remember our parade chief in basic training referring to us as "Grotty little so and so's"

We reckoned it was part of the character building process :-)))
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Reply By: Member - John and Lynne - Sunday, Apr 08, 2012 at 10:07

Sunday, Apr 08, 2012 at 10:07
This question has been answered many times on this and other forums. Try a search and you will be reading for hours!
What it always boils down to is:
All the chemicals on offer are expensive, environmentally disastrous and make your rig smell like an old time public toilet!
The best thing to use is Coles or Woolies own brand Napisan. A couple of lidfuls and a litre of warmish water tipped in to empty cassette and all will be good. This costs hardly anything and there are no smells. The expensive Napisan is not so good! You can buy it anywhere there is a supermarket - the IGA Home Brand is OK too.
This is septic tank safe so emptying your cassette is much less of a hassle.
Before using this for the first time in your toilet you do need to thoroughly clean your cassette as chemical residue will reduce its efficiency.

No doubt the supermarkets are still wondering why there is such a huge demand for the stuff! It isn't the new mothers buying it but all us grey travellers.
You can throw some into the wash too if your stuff is pretty grotty!
Lynne
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