Reddit Reddit reviews Reliance Products Luggable Loo Portable 5 Gallon Toilet

We found 42 Reddit comments about Reliance Products Luggable Loo Portable 5 Gallon Toilet. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Reliance Products Luggable Loo Portable 5 Gallon Toilet
Compatible with reliance's standard Double doodle bagWeight: 3.00lbsEconomically priced portable toilet5-gallon (20-liter) capacitySimple bucket style design; traditional snap-on lidGreat for hunting, fishing and camping expeditionsAlso handy to have for disaster preparedness
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42 Reddit comments about Reliance Products Luggable Loo Portable 5 Gallon Toilet:

u/poidogs 路 15 pointsr/preppers

What is your plan for going to the bathroom if there is no running water/toilets/privacy? At the least get a bucket toilet so that you have some place to put it all.

If you plan on doing some clean up, get face masks/respirators and protective eyewear appropriate for that. If you are wearing work gloves, put latex/nitrile gloves under that. There are gloves that are a bit longer than the usual wrist length. Any cut/wound becomes an opportunity for infection. Make sure you have enough first aid supplies to both thoroughly clean and bandage any cut/wound.

Have good "hand awareness" -that is be mindful of not touching your face. All the gloves and ppe in the world won't do any good if you rub your gloved hand over your eyes/nose/mouth and directly administer cooties to yourself. That is another reason for some sort of mask/eyewear -so that you don't rub gunk in places you don't want gunk.

Be careful! Stay safe! I hope your house is ok.
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u/roseflower81 路 15 pointsr/UlcerativeColitis

Many states have passed the Restroom Access Act (Ally's Law) for people with specific medical conditions to have access to bathroom. You can also request for a card here.

In any case, I too have a similar set up, but in my car in case of an emergency in the middle of a drive. It's a bucket but with a toilet seat that you can get on Amazon

u/sea_of_clouds 路 12 pointsr/hulaween

I've tried those, but have had...less-than desirable results. Apparently I lack the sort of coordination needed to use one without peeing all over myself. 馃槅

So I did the next best thing and created my very own Whiz Palace! It's essentially a large bucket with a toilet seat on top; I secure a small trash bag inside and fill with cedar shavings (like you'd put in a small pet cage), to mitigate any noise or smell. The toilet is then placed inside a pop-up shower tent and voila! I also include toilet paper and other accouterments. I change the bag and cedar daily. It's not pretty, but it beats the heck out of stumbling to a porta-potty at 5am.

u/Teerlys 路 11 pointsr/preppers

This is probably the most realistic advice for the vast majority of folks. Though they sell ones with seats/lids for not very much. The pool noodle idea is a new one for me though. Presumably to put around the rim for cushioning? That's clever.

u/jaweeks 路 10 pointsr/news

Not even with this?

u/Spongi 路 10 pointsr/AskReddit

Unless he's got some kind of weird complex about girls and poop just forget about it.

If you need to go to the bathroom, then just go. Don't worry about it. Spray a little air freshener if it makes you feel better.

Reminds me of the time I was at my grandmother's and took a massive shit then sprayed some pine-sol scented air freshener. My grandmother walks in a few minutes later and starts sniffing the air then say's "Smells like someone shit on a pine tree."

If it makes you feel any better. I don't even have a bathroom. I just have this and a bag of pine shavings.

I even had a lady friend come stay for a bit. Whenever she needed to use the bathroom I just left for a few minutes while she did her business.

u/minuteman_d 路 7 pointsr/Lightbulb

Get one of these and a "privacy poncho" and the entire road system is your outhouse.

u/F--K_the_mods 路 6 pointsr/Truckers

Use a garbage bag before sitting down. Then take bag to dumpster.

Get a real seat. Much easier.

u/Wytch78 路 6 pointsr/hulaween

You can still do GA and have flushable toilets, but it depends where you camp. There鈥檚 a 鈥淛on condo鈥 between the amp and meadow stages at the heart of the venue, for when you鈥檙e enjoying the shows. If you (arrive early enough to) camp near the bath house by Spirit Lake or the Grand Hall you can have access to flushing toilets, but there will be lines at peak times.

I fest and camp with my 8 year old daughter and we have one of these for just in case. Dudes piss innawoods but that鈥檚 not always possible for womenfolk, so we travel with one of these. #1 only.

u/troyemcintosh 路 5 pointsr/bugout

I like your organization on those shelves! I need to do something similar.

What's your sanitation plan? I see Lots of people with > 72hrs of food / water but no way to handle 72 hrs of human waste.

Can I recommend you throw a cheap 12-pack of toilet paper and some disinfecting wipes in there? maybe store a portable toilet & supplies or ensure you have a shovel & knowledge to dig a latrine ?

u/jimjoekelly33 路 5 pointsr/wallstreetbets
u/Copenhagen23 路 5 pointsr/battlefield_4 people buy this prodcut for "SHTF". It's the perfect shit bucket.

u/Mistacowman 路 5 pointsr/BlackPeopleTwitter

My bad it was 3 hours I looked up the arrival about it. These are the buckets. They were filled with emergency packets of water and something else like a emergency blanket and we conveniently had gotten them like 2 months before it happened.

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u/[deleted] 路 3 pointsr/Truckers

Feel free to bother. I'm home and bored out of my fucking mind.

Dont tell the school or the company anything. They dont need to know that. might be an inconvenience. you'll be able to stop at truck stops or rest areas 9 times out of ten just about whenever you want. But I'd reccomend you buy something like this

And keep a few strong trash bags on the truck in case of emergencies. Set up the bucket, line it with a trash bag, do your business and then throw away the bag asap.

I have one but I've only had to use it a couple times.
It's a life saver.

u/Yeti_or_Not 路 3 pointsr/preppers

A five gallon bucket with a snap-on toilet seat is a good idea. Wag-Bags are a compostable liner for the bucket that comes with the neutralizing powder to treat about four uses before needing to be replaced.

u/TheDragonzord 路 3 pointsr/Battlefield

Well we PC guys sometimes have to just make do with what we have on hand while we save up money for what we need, but, if you really want to get efficient I'd suggest one of these maybe on some sort of custom wooden platform. Desk height and all that.

u/Inigo93 路 3 pointsr/overlanding

I've got one of these. Throw a bit of kitty litter in the bag before use and it's really not bad at all as the kitty litter absorbs liquid/smells and helps keep things clean in the unfortunate event that a bag tears.

u/ShoegazingStardust 路 2 pointsr/bonnaroo

I always bring my own toilet. I have this one:

Nothing is nicer than to use the bathroom at your own camp. We have a huge tent, so we can set up the bathroom in there. We've also brought a pop-up shower and used it to set up a bathroom, kinda like this one:

u/StarvingIsVerboten 路 2 pointsr/CrohnsDisease

Terrible idea, unless your idea of a good idea is getting diarrhea spatters all over your tires, legs and shoes.

A 5 gallon bucket with a toilet seat lid and a biodegradable plastic liner would be a much better idea for a road trip.

u/NoNotTheBeeeees 路 2 pointsr/preppers

A very important thing people forget about when prepping. Especially if you are hunkered down/bugging in, you're going to need a place to do your business. Multiply that if you have family.

I got this, although I'm sure there are plenty others just as good. A rigged up 5 gallon bucket could probably do the trick, as well.

u/BootyTrain716 路 2 pointsr/bonnaroo

They make seats for buckets too btw. Or you can buy the full kit.

Reliance Products Luggable Loo Portable 5 Gallon Toilet

u/jarenmorris 路 2 pointsr/overlanding

Pooping in the woods tho is so liberating! There are some portable toilet options and they make little pop up tent style bathrooms that you can also use to shower in.

Tent - WolfWise Pop-up Shower Tent Green

Toilet - Reliance Products Luggable Loo Portable 5 Gallon Toilet

While trailer might be super comfy, you might end up limited in exploring back roads while you are out.

u/catsasss 路 2 pointsr/legaladvice
u/Wasney 路 1 pointr/CrohnsDisease

So, my fianc茅e and I had to cave and get a 1 bath (no kids any time soon). Been pretty good the last 3 years.

But...flair is starting...very much considering one of these.

u/jon909 路 1 pointr/pics
u/writer-lane 路 1 pointr/LosAngeles


No seriously. What if you don't have access? Sawdust (or biogel/bags, etc.) and this bucket will allow you use the restroom comfortably if the water gets turned off or you have no access for some reason. And until you do need it/use it, it can store all your other items.

u/thehauntedgod 路 1 pointr/ElectricForest

You're going to want more cars/spaces. 2 years ago my group had 12 people with 4 cars (so 4 spots) with around 9 tents and an EZup. That was full to the brim. No spots for shower or potty.

Last year /u/rubbersoul93 built a shower for our camp out of PVC pipe, connectors, a few shower curtains, duct tape, one of these, and a big tub of water.

I guess you could use the stall for a bathroom too and get something like this to use, but then you'd either have to dump it at the portapotties, pack it out, or live with it for 4 days.

u/RickyShade 路 1 pointr/homeless
u/klevenisms204 路 1 pointr/HomeImprovement

if doing it all at once, i suggest getting one of these

u/FERRISBUELLER2000 路 1 pointr/vandwellers

The Porta makes a good seat but emptying it is a nono. Use plastic bags and paper towels to create a virtual absorbant diaper. The end product will be about the same size as a diaper and is easily disposable with ur daily trash.

Having said that, the Porta potti is going to take up permenant space in your vehicle. It may be best to go with a handicap assist seat like this one. Or just go completely minimal with a space saving bucket that can also hold extra bags, tp, and paper towels while remaining completely innocuous.

Although, looking at it now, I don't feel comfortable with a permenant toilet seat in my rig (that I have to look at). Or anyone else for that matter. So it may be just as beneficial to go with a home depot 5gal bucket and possibly modify it with a pool noodle lol

I think , for emergencies, this is the way to go

u/borgchupacabras 路 1 pointr/USPS
u/AbsolutelyPink 路 1 pointr/DIY

One of these. You can get the bags with the bio gel in them or buy bio gel on the cheap and potty bags.

u/mlchrist 路 1 pointr/GhostAdventures
u/halibut_king 路 -3 pointsr/worldnews

You should put a biodegradable plastic bag with/without kitty litter inside that plastic? bucket. Then you can throw the plastic bard over board, save the bucket, and won't litter anything.

Something like this

u/plinking_zombies 路 -3 pointsr/legaladvice

Lots of people here have obviously never gone camping, hunting or working in the wilderness for long periods away from sanitary facilities in a leave-no-trace environment. Pooping/peeing in bags is easy, private, and not the slightest bit degrading. Check out these products (you might even want to pop them in your car or van for long road trips -- especially with kids):

If this is what the employer is supplying, it's all good.