Stimex Camp Soft Rapid Dissolving Toilet Paper for portable camping toilets
Using the wrong toilet paper in your portable toilet can see you dealing with a very smelly mess and a dysfunctional or broken portable camping toilet. Avoid this stinky error and make sure you stock up on Stimex Camp Soft Rapid Dissolving Toilet Paper For portable camping toilets. Available in convenient 4 roll packs, with each role containing 250 sheets, the paper is soft on the skin but also very kind to your potable loo and the chemicals it uses.
As Australian national parks increasingly demand the use of portable camping toilets, the sale and use of portable toilets has increased significantly. It is up to us to ensure that we adhere to guidelines and protect our environment. Portable loos have become a very effective method to ensure human waste is contained and does not encroach on our pristine environs. While a portable toilet serves this purpose, a broken potable loo does not. That greatest cause of your potable loo failing is using the wrong chemicals and the wrong toilet paper.
Using Stimex Camp Soft Toilet Paper for portable camping toilets is your no fuss path to a healthy, functional porta-loo. The trick here is buying enough paper to cover the full duration of your camping adventure. While you may be able to purchase more paper out on the road, there is a risk you may not be able to get the right type of paper.
Purchase a good stock of Stimex Camp Soft Toilet Paper from us at Fishing Tackle Shop. It’s better to have more than you need than to run out. Cover your paper needs with us, buy in bulk and take advantage of our outstanding price. Keep a happy tush, and a happy portable camping toilet and stock up with Stimex Camp Soft Toilet Paper now.
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Using the wrong paper in your portable toilet will end up being a costly, and often very smelly mistake. Don’t find yourself in the situation where you will compromise the function of your porta-loo. Purchase a good stock of Stimex Camp Soft Toilet Paper For portable camping toilets. Better too much than not enough should be your rule of thumb.