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Old 05-12-2016, 08:19 AM   #29
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All these years I thought is was to spray off my shoes if I missed the toilet bowl. Getting water on the floor is no problem. We even have a self drying drain in the floor. It's right next to the toilet bowl. It has a grate over it so you won't loose your tooth brush if you drop it, and only needs the thermostat to be turned up a few degrees to start the drying cycle.

The only bad part about the drain is that it smells kind of funky. I solved that problem by taking the pine tree deodorizer off the rear view mirror and hanging it over the drain during the drying cycle.
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Kitty litter is good for bleeding and you will smell all fresh.

Then the cats want to pee on your arms!
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Old 05-12-2016, 08:08 PM   #31
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What is even better than water is to take some toilet paper and make an X over the waste valve. Do your business, then add water to cover the organic material, and then flush! There should be nothing to clean up, and you can go back to using your sprayer as a bidet, water pick, or to wake the kids up in their bunks.
Gotta think about this idea. When I head to the head I am on a mission. I can't see my self making a cross in the toilet before sitting and doing what I have to do.
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I am in agreement and in addition I always leave an inch or two of water in the bowl which may not work with a cross of TP
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Old 05-12-2016, 08:41 PM   #33
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That reminds me of the vacuum saleslady who told me the headlight on a vacuum was so you could see what you were cleaning when the power went out.

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Old 05-13-2016, 02:05 PM   #34
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You don't need a hose!

These really work well.

http://www.drugstore.com/products/pr...a-108096363853
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Old 05-13-2016, 06:59 PM   #35
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I rarely have to use the hose. Unless it is an extreme emergency, I co-ordinate my "release" with the footpedal. Works like a charm.
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Come on guys, the correct way to say it..."to clean the skids marks" in the toilet.
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Hmmmmm,,,, All this time I thought it was a shower for the kids. Since we don't have any little kids, never used it. . . Never thought of the Cat though. Maybe I'll get out my Welding Gloves and give it a whirl. How bad could it be?
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Our sales person said you use it to clean the bathroom or hose off sandy feet
Don't you just HATE salespeople who lie? "I don't know" was the truthful answer. DO NOT put sand down your toilet! OR ANYTHING ELSE YOU HAVE NOT INGESTED FIRST, 'cept toilet paper, toilet water and toilet chems.
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I rarely have to use the hose. Unless it is an extreme emergency, I co-ordinate my "release" with the footpedal. Works like a charm.

Well now, that's timing!!


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I rarely have to use the hose. Unless it is an extreme emergency, I co-ordinate my "release" with the footpedal. Works like a charm.
I thought I was the only one to do this
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You are all wrong, that hose and sprayer are for doing the dishes.
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3 pages and not one of you have got this right.


"Honey, what is this?"


She casually walks to the rear of the MH. "What is what?" she says.


"Open the door. This thing"


She opens the door, and the water fight is on. Don't tell me none of you have done this!!!!! Or is the Okie in me starting to show???
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