Friday, November 6, 2020

Calling every-potty! Portable restroom do’s and don’ts

 The port-a-potty on site is typically the number one spot for all the number two jobs, and we all know that when we gotta go, we gotta go!  Have you ever waited entirely too long to use the port-a-potty at a family get together, tailgate, back yard BBQ or concert only to open the doors to a dirty portable restroom experience? We’ve got some tips to help keep you and your guests / workers hinny shiny!

1.)    Try leaving the potty in better shape than you found it. When you walk into a clean potty, it’s more of a surprise than you would anticipate; entering into a clean potty helps you feel more sanitary and hopefully your guests will follow suit. If you’re the host, maybe post a sign as to how you would like your potty treated, ex: Please, Only Toilet Paper in the tank or Make sure to sanitize before leaving. Maybe even a: Thank you for helping us keep our potty from looking spotty.

2.)    No Cutting! We all hate the line, some of us end up doing the potty dance but the line is sometimes unavoidable, if you’re the host in this situation ensure you have enough potties to cover the amount of guests at your event. It’s not polite to skip the line all guests should be mind full of each other and the potties at use.

3.)    Get your business done in a timely manner; this will also help with the long line. The restroom is a common area to linger on the phone texting, reading a book or even just getting away from the crowd for a bit, but this isn’t the case for a portable restroom. Be courteous to others by getting in keeping it clean and ready for the next user.

Here at 2 Pees in a Pot we offer a 10 step servicing that addresses every aspect inside and outside the potty including the front door. Following the steps above will most definitely help maintain the integrity of your potty in between services.

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