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Old 08-15-2016, 02:05 PM   #21
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Sounds to me like you have two choices.

Hire a plumber to come out, remove the toilet and clean the area or

do the job yourself

Actually there is a third choice man up and live with it

I'm not a man, lol.

We'll be changing the toilet in the spring.

thanks for your reply.
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Old 08-15-2016, 02:13 PM   #22
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You can buy a toilet wand at any RV parts store. Just make sure you close the ball as far as you can so it doesn't spray off the underside of the toilet and hit you in the face. Not that I would know anything about that mind you.
First time I used a wand I should have been wearing a facemask and snorkel. Second time, same thing. I'm a slow learner. So thankful for the built-in tank flush on the current RV.
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Old 08-15-2016, 02:21 PM   #23
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I'm not a man, lol.

We'll be changing the toilet in the spring.

thanks for your reply.
I knew that, , unfortunately there are times when a woman has no choice but to do a mans job, so to speak.

At the same time some men would say that cleaning a toilet is womens work



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Old 08-15-2016, 03:14 PM   #24
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First time I used a wand I should have been wearing a facemask and snorkel. Second time, same thing. I'm a slow learner. So thankful for the built-in tank flush on the current RV.
Hi,

Our trailer has a built in tank flush as well. The tanks not the problem.

Yeah, it such a gross job, dealing with rv toilet issues. You'd think by now someone would have created an odor free, mess free way to deal with the poop. LOL
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Old 08-15-2016, 03:20 PM   #25
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I knew that, , unfortunately there are times when a woman has no choice but to do a mans job, so to speak.

At the same time some men would say that cleaning a toilet is womens work



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A woman's choice is to hire someone rather than tackle it herself! HAHA!

LOL, I'll clean the toilet, but hubby does the poop dump. I'm NOT doing that. EVER.

Speaking of the poop dump, I'm thinking I'm going to start taking video of the people ahead of us at the sani dumps. OMG, some of the things people do..... we sit in the truck busting a gut, people are awesome.

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First time I used a wand I should have been wearing a facemask and snorkel. Second time, same thing. I'm a slow learner. So thankful for the built-in tank flush on the current RV.
LOL !!!
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Old 08-16-2016, 06:35 AM   #27
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LOL !!!
Now you have probably scared Sunny out of trying the $7.00 Toilet Wand !!!
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Old 08-16-2016, 06:56 AM   #28
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I read that as a $700.00 toilet wand. Now that's government issue!
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I read that as a $700.00 toilet wand. Now that's government issue!
Maybe the $700.00 one comes with Pair of gloves - a face shield - a hose & a Rain Coat ???
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I do not understand why someone would not want to try a $700 Toilet Wand first ???
Bet that comes with someone to do the cleaning too!
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