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5 Cleaning
Just like your toilet at home it is also
important to clean the portable toilet
regularly. You will prevent calcium
deposits and ensure optimal hygiene.
Clean the inside of the bowl
with Toilet Bowl Cleaner
and a soft brush and use
Bathroom Cleaner for the
outside of the toilet.
Never use household cleaners to
clean your portable toilet. These
may cause permanent damage to the
seals and other toilet components.
6 Winter use
You can use your toilet as normal in cold
weather as long as the toilet is situated in
a heated location. If not, and there may
be a risk of frost, we advise you to
completely empty the waste-holding
tank as well as the flush-water tank.
Aqua Kem Sachets are particularly
suitable for winter camping as the
sachets are filled with
powder. They completely
dissolve in water, are easy to
dose and economical to use.
7 Maintenance
To prolong the life span of your toilet,
we advise you to maintain your toilet
regularly. Use Cassette Tank Cleaner for
the waste-holding tank 2 to 3 times a
year and treat the seals with Seal
Lubricant when they become dry.
Cassette Tank Cleaner safely removes
stubborn calcium deposits
on the inside of your waste-
holding tank and Seal
Lubricant keeps the seals
soft and pliable.
Never use Vaseline or vegetable
oil to lubricate the seals as these
may cause leakage to your waste-holding
tank.
8 Storage
If you don’t expect to use your toilet for
a long period, you have to thoroughly
empty, clean and dry the whole toilet.
This is also a good time to maintain your
toilet.
During storage we advise leaving the
blade open to prevent damage to the
blade and to losen the water filler cap
to ventilate the flush-water tank. If you
have an electric pump, also take the
batteries out.
9 Disposal
Your product has been designed and
manufactured with high quality materials
and components, which can be recycled
and reused. When your toilet has reached
its end of life, dispose the product
according the local rules. Do not dispose
the toilet with the normal household
waste. The correct disposal of your old
product will help prevent potential
negative consequences for the
environment and human health.
3 Use of your toilet
Opening the blade
The toilet can be used with the blade
open or closed. To open the blade, pull the
blade handle as described below.
Make sure you always close the blade
completely after use.
Flushing the toilet
You can achieve the most effective flush
by operating the manual pump with
three or four short flushes. A toilet with
an electric pump will automatically flush
with short interruptions.
Ordinary toilet paper can cause
clogging. Use Aqua Soft toilet paper
instead. This toilet paper is
supersoft, dissolves quickly, prevents
clogging and
makes it easier to
empty the waste-
holding tank.
To ensure toilet
paper is always on
hand, your toilet
includes space
for one toilet roll.
4 Emptying the tank
Waste-holding tank
You need to empty the waste-holding
tank when the level indicator turns red.
Disconnect the flush-water tank from
the waste-holding tank. Take your waste-
holding tank to an authorised waste
disposal point and empty it via the pour
out spout.
To empty the tank without
splashing, press and hold the vent
button with your thumb while the pour
out spout is pointing downwards.
See ‘Quick Guide’ pictures 13-16 for
visual reference.
If you want to continue using your toilet
after emptying, prepare the waste-
holding tank again.
Our green products Aqua Kem
Green, Aqua Kem Natural and Aqua
Rinse (test ISO 11734) are
absolutely safe to empty into a septic
tank or small biological systems on camp
sites.
Flush-water tank
Only empty the flush-water tank if you
don’t expect to use your toilet for a long
(winter) period. First empty the tank
through the water fill opening, then, to
empty the tank completely, pump the
last drops of water out of the pump.
Emptying is only allowed at an authorised
waste dump.
See ‘Quick Guide’ pictures 17-18 for
visual reference.
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