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Old 11-17-2011, 03:53 PM   #21
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making toilet wand

Took a 1/2 inch piece of pvc pipe about 3.5 feet long. Glued one end with a hose fitting and the other end with a pvc cap. Drilled four 1/8 inch holes 90 degrees apart in the edge side of the cap. Hook it up to a hose and drop it down the crapper. Works real well at getting rid of sludge.
Total cost was near zero since I had most of the parts hanging around.
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Old 11-17-2011, 04:49 PM   #22
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Took a 1/2 inch piece of pvc pipe about 3.5 feet long. Glued one end with a hose fitting and the other end with a pvc cap. Drilled four 1/8 inch holes 90 degrees apart in the edge side of the cap. Hook it up to a hose and drop it down the crapper. Works real well at getting rid of sludge.
Total cost was near zero since I had most of the parts hanging around.
That is a good idea. I am sure there are lots of home made flushers out there.
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Keep an eye on Harbor Freight adds . Quite often they have boxes of 100 nitrile disposable gloves on sale. I keep a couple boxes in TT for dumping black water tank.
I dump black tank rince then gray water tank to rince hose.

http://www.harborfreight.com/pack-of...rge-68498.html
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