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Can you replace RV toilet with regular toilet?
The flushing mechanism and water usage are the main reasons you cannot use a standard house toilet in your RV. While they have the exact same use, RV toilets and house toilets do not work in the same way; the two are not interchangeable. via
Can you install a regular toilet in a travel trailer?
No, you cannot put a regular toilet into an RV. First off, the construction is not meant to be rattled down the road, they use a lot more water, and they will use up lots of black water tank storage due to more water being used. via
Can you add a bathroom to a mobile home?
For many mobile homeowners, adding another bathroom to the home is one of the most practical and wisest additions you can make. Some people like to add an adjoining bathroom to the master bedroom while others may prefer to add a powder room or a half bath to accommodate guests and visitors. via
How do you replace a toilet in a trailer? (video)
Can you poop in a camper toilet?
Key Points: You CAN poop in an RV toilet, contrary to many opinions out there. Lots of water is very important when adding solid waste to your holding tanks. via
Is RV toilet paper necessary?
Using the restroom is a part of RV life and that means toilet paper is equally important. When you used the restroom, you need toilet paper, but not all of it is treated the same. Yes, you do indeed need to use RV toilet paper. If you don't have RV toilet paper, you shouldn't flush it down into your RV's sewage system. via
Is RV toilet flange same as home?
The floor flanges are the same but I would advise against doing this. A household toilet has a top tank lid that will rattle and break. it must be removed. A household toilet will not stop water from sloshing out as you go down the road. via
What do you put in an RV toilet?
The key is to use septic safe toilet paper. You don't even need the fancy (read: expensive) RV safe toilet paper. Septic safe toilet paper is more than fine. But that is the only non-human waste thing that goes down the drain! via
What is the tallest RV toilet?
The tallest we have are each a full 20-1/2" in height, they are the Dometic part-timer RV toilet w/ sprayer, # DOM97FR in white ceramic and the Dometic round bowl with slow close lid in tan ceramic, # DOM47FR. via
Can you add to a mobile home?
Yes, you can. The most popular additions to single wide modular homes are patios, porches, decks, screen enclosures or sunrooms. via
Can you build around a mobile home?
Although building around a mobile home brings in great value to your home, it may be subject to taxes once converted. So if it's an older mobile home you won't be able to do the conversion. via
Can you add a second floor to a mobile home?
One of the most popular ways to add a second story to your mobile home is to build a self-supporting addition and then attach it to the mobile home. You will also need almost the same ground-level space available as the area you want for the second story (if not even more). via
Are all toilet drains the same size?
Not every toilet requires the same size hole, and clearances also vary, but there is a standard size and placement that works for most models. via
Can you put a porcelain toilet in an RV?
Some people do, but we would not recommend it. Household toilets usually made from porcelain are not designed for the road. The occasional pothole and jarring motion can easily break your delicate “throne” without warning. A real toilet in an RV is a water hog in comparison to efficient RV toilets. via