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Old 10-21-2020, 12:17 PM   #1
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Dual toilets for #1 & #2

I was thinking of getting the Ecojohn toilet for my bus along with a separate urine only toilet from Cinderella. The urine toilet can be used standing up or sitting and would avoid lighting up the fire to burn a #1. Has anyone done this on their bus? Even if I were to go with a compost toilet, the urine only toilet would be convenient and easy to clean/use. Kind of like having a Bidet in a house! (Without the water!)

My concern is that with a dual use compost toilet, if the "aim for the poop" isn't right to fit through the opening, you would be wiping cleaning it. Lets just say my wife may not "position" just right. Hopefully she won't log in and see this ;)
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Old 10-21-2020, 10:37 PM   #2
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I was thinking of getting the Ecojohn toilet for my bus along with a separate urine only toilet from Cinderella. The urine toilet can be used standing up or sitting and would avoid lighting up the fire to burn a #1. Has anyone done this on their bus? Even if I were to go with a compost toilet, the urine only toilet would be convenient and easy to clean/use. Kind of like having a Bidet in a house! (Without the water!)



My concern is that with a dual use compost toilet, if the "aim for the poop" isn't right to fit through the opening, you would be wiping cleaning it. Lets just say my wife may not "position" just right. Hopefully she won't log in and see this ;)
I have EcoJohn's TinyJohn. I use it just for solids.

I go liquids only into the blacktank by use of a soft funnel and tubing. As a gal, I go standing up and there is no water involved besides some urine deoderizer sprayed from a spray bottle when done.
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Old 10-22-2020, 01:41 AM   #3
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I have EcoJohn's TinyJohn. I use it just for solids.

I go liquids only into the blacktank by use of a soft funnel and tubing. As a gal, I go standing up and there is no water involved besides some urine deoderizer sprayed from a spray bottle when done.
Does the soft funnel come with the EcoJohn TinyJohn?


If not, where did you get the soft funnel?


I would think it would be easier to DIY a human litter box with a soft funnel.
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Old 10-22-2020, 07:17 AM   #4
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Does the soft funnel come with the EcoJohn TinyJohn?


If not, where did you get the soft funnel?


I would think it would be easier to DIY a human litter box with a soft funnel.
I ordered the soft funnel online and purchased tubing at Home Depot.
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Old 10-23-2020, 02:06 AM   #5
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I ordered the soft funnel online and purchased tubing at Home Depot.
Thank you. We'll get to searching online when we get to that stage.
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