Caravan Toilets


Do you enjoy using your caravan for short breaks and longer trips?

If so, you're certainly in good company. There are thousands of caravan enthusiasts here in the UK.

Many realise that it's important to have a few home comforts available when they are away from home. A good quality caravan toilet is one such comfort.

It's not surprising that many people see such a toilet as being vital.

We're currently able to offer a wide range of toilets that are suitable for use in caravans. Leading manufacturers are currently well represented in this area. That means that you could choose a Thetford Porta Potti, or maybe a Fiamma Bi Pot.

These caravan toilets offer good quality at some very competitive prices.

Looking after your caravan toilet

Good maintenance of a caravan toilet is really important if you want it to last for years to come.

Fortunately, there are some simple steps that you can take to maximise the use of your caravan toilet:

Use the right chemicals: We sell some specific chemicals that are designed for portable toilets. It's important that you use the right chemicals, as some household detergents can damage a caravan toilet.

Choose the right toilet paper: Toilet paper for chemical toilets is designed to break down more easily. That means that it can help you to avoid blockages.

Be careful with anti-freeze: You should avoid using alcohol based anti-freezes.

Use freshwater: Don't be tempted to only use chemicals. Make sure that you add freshwater to the appropriate tank, in line with manufacturer's instructions

Caravan toilet considerations

There will be a number of factors that you'll want to consider before making a purchase.

Most people are looking to strike the right balance between maintenance, size, price and comfort.

In general terms, you'll find that toilets with larger tanks need to be emptied less frequently. This can help to keep maintenance down to a minimum, as can a more powerful flushing mechanism.

It's equally true, of course, that a toilet with larger freshwater and waste tanks will almost certainly take up more room in your caravan. It's always worth measuring the amount of space that you have available.