Thursday, December 24, 2020


 Two Pee's In A Pot, is set apart from the rest because we value our customers. We believe in  100% customer satisfaction, and we always look forward to making your #2 our #1 priority. 

What also sets us apart is our Spacious and convenient Pots. From the sizes , to the way that we care and service them, it definitely sets our standard. 

ALL of  our  units are built 6 inches bigger the norm. We do that to ensure that our customers  can fit comfortably in the porta-potty, and so that they aren't losing any elbow space. We also take extra precautions on sanitizing and disinfecting our units; that is our 10 step cleaning process that is followed EVERY time.  We want to ensure that your hiney is always shiny and  treated with respect so we provide two ply toilet paper, I mean who can say no to that?? 

For the convenience of the customer, as well as the event you may be covering or even project. We don't just offer one size of Pots, we have 4 different options, and each one is unique. 

Our Deluxe is great for small events because of its spacious and very modern look. It comes with 2 hooks, a mirror,sanitizing applicator and of course 2 ply toilet paper that is lockable. 

Our Luxury/Supreme are similar in the sense that they are both very spacious and wheelchair accessible. They have no ledges so that no dust can be collected which prevents contamination. 

And last but not least our Elite Trailer  is off the chain. It is loaded with A/c and heating unit , an AM/FM radio, Four separate bathroom units (2 for the women) and for the men they have a urinal option or a normal potty. The best part is you get to keep your hands clean, our potties are hands free. 

So when your thinking of your behind , keep us in mind!!! 

Friday, December 18, 2020

How dirty is the Loo?

Happy Fri-YAY everybody! 

Studies from 2018 show that a single person would yield about 320 lbs of waste a year and out of a poll of 2,500 people it’s been revealed that going to the toilet accounts for the biggest chunk of time spent resulting into the “average time” of 1 hour and 42 minutes a week! That’s 92 days over a lifetime equaling 2208 hours! WOW

Now that we know how popular the loo is to the average Joe, let’s talk about sanitation. Did you know that the average toilet seat is covered in about 295 bacterial germs per square inch! Don’t forget the lever to flush your slush; a flushing lever can be home to as much as 83 bacterial germs.

You should also beware that when you flush, the toilet creates “Toilet Plume” also known as bacterial mist this is made of microscopic particles of pee and poop and whatever else is in the bowl prior to the flushing. This Toilet Plume can linger for up to 6 hours coating surfaces and regular bathroom toiletries including your toothbrush! (May be a good time to get you a toothbrush cover!)

So next time you’re in the Loo; doing the doo make sure to flush with the seat down! This is the easiest way to help avoid the spread of bacteria coating the surfaces of your restroom. You could hold your breath when you flush but its best to just ensure the toilet bowl remains clean and that you wash your hands immediately after using the bathroom.

Surprisingly enough, the pot is not the dirtiest spot in your home; can you guess what it is? 

The kitchen, home of the dish sponge!

Friday, December 11, 2020

How to stay healthy through the Holiday season

We made it to the ending of 2020! The most wonderful time of the year is here! Small Holiday bashes will begin maybe for your place of business or even your own home event. This year has brought so much awareness in regards to not only staying safe but sanitary as well in case you’re in need, we have some tips that’ll help keep you and your loved ones healthy this holiday season!

1.)  Rest! 7-8 hours of good quality sleep on a regular basis can help regulate blood pressure and according to the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) this can reduce the chances of sleep related conditions such s apnea and promote better overall heart health.

2.)  Make arrangements to be distant. If you’re inviting different households to your holiday bash or business gathering, separate the tables by household so no one is sitting with others that are from a different home base, you can also set up hand sanitizer to promote cleanliness.

3.)  Have prepared plates to ensure no one is double dipping. Sometimes family can be too comfortable with each other, during this time it’s best to prevent a potluck situation. If you do maybe designate a server.  If you’re the hostest with the mostest and you’ll serve your guest, ensure that the hot food stays hot and the cold food stays cold to avoid any food-borne illnesses.

4.)  Exercise. Swap sit ups and jumping jacks instead of sitting on the couch, this will help maintain the holiday munchies weight that we all can’t seem to avoid.

We hope you have a safe and Sanitary Holiday season! Remember to wash your hands and wear a mask regularly to help slow and prevent the spread.