“I’ve broken the seal!” The universal signal for friends to know you’re probably going to be heading to the bathroom every 15-30 minutes for the rest of the day or night if you’re out drinking. While it stands to reason that when you’re drinking more, you need to pee more often, but there are quite a few different factors at play that impact when, why and how often you need to go.
So you know you need to hire portable toilets, but you’re not sure where to start and how to choose the right one? Here at Fancy Flush we have a wide offering of portable toilets that suit a range of budgets, quantity of guests, and different types of events. To help you choose the best suited portable toilet for your next event, we’ve broken it down for you to make it a little easier:
Nothing can ruin your day faster than the crushing realisation that there’s no toilet paper. Panic sets in. Beads of sweat suddenly start to form on your brow. You consider all the options, like: “Do I really need both of my socks?”
We all have to go – so we’re all in this together. And yet, for some reason, we’re all still so awkward about it. At Fancy Flush we make your ‘business’ our business, and we’re not about shying away from the tough conversations. So we’re giving it to you straight with this lowdown on bathroom etiquette:
While we’re not sure what Google search or school assignment brought you here, if, like us, you’ve wondered how toilets first came about and how they have evolved, you’re in the right place. Welcome. Let’s dive right in.
Portable toilets and septic tanks are built to be self-sufficient and use resources as efficiently as possible making them both an affordable and sustainable choice for events, homes and even some worksites.
When it comes to hygiene matters and the spread of germs of bacteria, hands are the number one culprits. Which makes it all the more alarming that an estimated 60% of South Africans don’t wash their hands properly after using the toilet (germophobes, continue reading with caution). It’s further estimated that 66% of South Africans don’t wash their hands with soap at all.
Porta loos aren’t only for music festivals and concerts. With a wide range of options available that can cover any need, porta loos and trailers are often the most cost-effective and convenient way to offer additional facilities in many different circumstances.