Dry Composting Toilet DIY Project Made From Wood Pallets
This dry composting toilet DIY project is made from reclaimed wood pallets so using the great outdoors to relieve the body of it’s waste is at least more comfortable.
After building this portable bathroom:
Use a post hole digger to create two holes at least six feet deep side by side. Place dry composting toilet box lined up over the holes or use 2 5 gallon buckets. Between each use throw soil or sawdust down the hole to not attract flies and keep do the smell.
If you are camping, run a heavy duty paracord in a large circle around trees then hang shower curtains for privacy. Yes, everyone can go behind a bush and do their business, this is just another option.
Step by step instructions of how to build using wood pallets and 2 plastic 5 gallon buckets.
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