Reliance Products Double Doodie Toilet Waste Bags (6-Pack)
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Double Doodie Bag
Camping Portable Toilet Bags
Amazon Price: $28.76 $16.95 You save: $11.81 (41%). (as of December 15, 2016 7:29 am –
Double Doodie toilet waste bags are designed for easy, no mess waste disposal. Each bag consists of an inner bag and an outer bag that is sealable and leak proof. This bag can be used with our Reliance Hassock and Luggable Loo toilets as well as most other portable toilets.
- Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 4.5 x 5.8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
- ASIN: B0024O0W94
- Item model number: 2683-03
Does.Not.Leak. Trust me I know!!!
97 people found this helpful.
So, these, combined with the toilet seat, are about as good as you can get for a solution to the bathroom situation while camping.
69 people found this helpful.
I had carried this portable toilet around in my fiberglas covered pickup bed, along with equipment to cook out on the trail for 6 months. I had a 6 gallon bucket that I was using for trash and I switched it to the Lug a Loo which made it a bit taller. I had never used this lug a loo until I was able to tag along on a tent camp out with a very experienced camper the end of October. I set this portable commode up in my 10 by 10 Cabelas Outback tent. It was very sturdy to sit on and I never was concerned it would tip over. Since I’d never used it before I was amazed with the excellent design for sealing up waste and just put it outside the tent. I could have left it inside because the seal is excellent. Perfectly designed far as I’m concerned. This is a simple portable toilet and does the job well. It is back in my pickup and ready for emergency use. Simple deal, with the box of DOUBLE DOODIE bags inside the bucket with the lid closed, clean, odorless, and ready. The only thing better is my bathroom at home. This is an excellent product.
perfect for remote camping
20 people found this helpful.
As time passes the park and forest services are requiring campers to have porta-potties of our own in remote locations, using the bushes is a no-no now and you can be fined heavily for doing so. These waste bags combined with a bucket and seat are the perfect answer for taking care of the issue, clean neat and they work very well.
19 people found this helpful.
I use the Double Doodie bags with my Luggable Loo portable toilet when camping. They work great, and having the zip lock bag attached makes getting rid of waste a snap. All you do is stuff the black plastic bag into the silver zip lock bag and throw it away….no smell….no mess!
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Love these!!!! We took these and the bucket for our 3 week summer camping trip. They did a great Job of allowing my 4 kids to use the bathroom easily and conveniently…. rather then trekking them across a campground multiple times per day and night in the pitch dark, they were able to just exit the tent with a lantern and do there business. Also saved us from using a smelly dirty port-a -potty. There was really nothing to complain about in terms of cleanliness or ease of use. You just open the bag and fit it into the bucket and use it . There is a fine powder in each bag to solidify liquids. We used one bag per day, as we only stayed at each campsite 1-2 nights. So I was happy that disposing the bag was super easy and I never felt grossed out that I was touching waste. For disposal he bags closed tight and never leaked.
Pooping in a bag… hmm well it works and the smell wasn’t noticeable. The poop stayed in the bag and sealed well.
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Poop bags work well as long as your not completely full of $***. You can easily get 3 or 4 uses out of each bag and that can be stretched out if your not using it for liquid waste. I got this for off grid camping during the winter when I didn’t want my pipes to freeze on the trailer. Works well so far and it keeps me from squatting in the weeds at night.