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We’ve used several different kinds over the years. This model from Cleanwaste is easy to pack and has been with us for going on 7 years.
I came here to say that. We have been using the PETT (now CleanWaste) for many years.
We dig a small hole under it and remove the net for the ladies to have a place to pee without using up a bag. If you buy the bags in bulk they are much cheaper.
 

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We’ve used several different kinds over the years. This model from Cleanwaste is easy to pack and has been with us for going on 7 years.
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I’m also rocking the Cleanwaste. I like that it packs down into a small rectangular case. I pair it with an inexpensive pop up privacy tent purchased on Amazon. Both take up very little space in the truck.
 

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I use every roadside rest stop I find and I always camp within a short drive of one. I hate the thought of managing a toilet and refuse to use the ground. 66 years later it still works. Use gas stops, restaurants, road side pull outs.
 
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I use every roadside rest stop I find and I always camp within a short drive of one. I hate the thought of managing a toilet and refuse to use the ground. 66 years later it still works. Use gas stops, restaurants, road side pull outs.
Man, you Overland differently than I do. My goal is to be as far as from civilization and people as possible. If I'm within "emergency restroom situation" drive of an established restroom I'm waaaaaaaaaaaaaay too close to society...

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Man, you Overland differently than I do. My goal is to be as far as from civilization and people as possible. If I'm within "emergency restroom situation" drive of an established restroom I'm waaaaaaaaaaaaaay too close to society...

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He sure does, wow! We’re good for 11 days away from societal conveniences at a time. Then we have to find water, food, & petrol. Used to be a blue bucket, trash can liner, and a box of lime. Before that? A shovel, some leaves and a good pair of scissors ! LOL
 
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Bucket with gamma seal, homemade seat, trash bag and peat moss for #2 and pee funnel & bottle for #1. Peat moss works very well if you can keep it dry. No chemicals, and cheap.
 

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I used toilet-to-go bags. They are expensive but no odor
Anyone find something similar to this product ?
Amazon sells them 45 bucks for 12. Its like 4 bucks per "have to go" x by 4 people it's 16 bucks per day at least just for restroom.
 

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I used toilet-to-go bags. They are expensive but no odor
Anyone find something similar to this product ?
Amazon sells them 45 bucks for 12. Its like 4 bucks per "have to go" x by 4 people it's 16 bucks per day at least just for restroom.
Last time I purchased I got some of these (wag bag style) for about $2.50 apiece in quantity, but that was pre-inflation/recession, they are a bit more now. The key, for wag bags at least, is to order in quantity to get a price break. Tried looking up "toilet-to-go bags" specifically but did not find anything in the 2.5 seconds that I looked ;) Assume they are about the same things as wag bags.
 

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