Prepare your home potty for the long camping trip away from home :-(
GROSS, I know!!!
Last year we left for 4 months, only to return to find that the all the home toilet bowls and drains were bone dry. Not sure if any little critters made it into the house that way, or how much sewer gas got in, but odds are, it all probably happened. So this year, I am happy to report we had a SUCCESSFUL fix to the problem. We took PLASTIC FOOD WRAP (Clear Clinging type) and stretched it over the bowls in different directions. Stayed nice and tight overlapping the ends for this years 4 month camping trip. If the kids happen to visit the house in your absence, it would probably be advisable to leave a note on each one, only kidding. (HAHA) We also put the plastic on the sink plugs, (taped over sink vents), shower drain, the laundry hose pipe, and the dish washer drain hose fitting, on the kitchen sink. Plenty of water left in the bowls upon return. This year not a hint of invaders or sewer gas. So if you were wondering, that is where they got the term "The sweet smell of SUCCESS", probably by a camper that returned from a long camping trip and smelled no sewer gas.
Or I can invent a toilet assembly that monitors the water level in the bowl and adds water as needed.. only kidding. I turn the house water valve off prior to camping.
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