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Old 06-02-2023, 02:13 PM   #1
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Cleanest Toilet

My wife asked me to clean our bathroom in the 377 and I thought it would be easiest to just take the toilet seat off and clean it in our utility sink. Unbeknownst to me there is a hole in the back of the porcelain bowl about 2" wide that one of the seat nuts fell into. Well then it became apparent that I had to remove the bowl so I could invert it and get the nut back out. Removed the bowl, took it out and onto the driveway and out comes the pressure washer. There is no more anything left on the bowl! May even be cleaner than the day it was installed. Rehooked everything back up and no leaks and I'm hoping that the wife is very happy when she sees it.
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Old 06-02-2023, 03:39 PM   #2
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Using power tools to clean a toilet, very manly. ��
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Im strictly a brush and cleaner type of guy. You sir took this to a whole new level.
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This should be the best kept secret in the history of camping. Let's never speak of it again!

You could ruin all of our manhood!
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This should be the best kept secret in the history of camping. Let's never speak of it again!

You could ruin all of our manhood!


That was a good one!!!!!
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I had the Clorox spray and rag next to the toilet until I lost a nut. That's when plans changed hehehehe
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Losing a nut can definitely change your plans.
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