Potty Pack and Sh!t Kits Self Contained Poop kits for Backpackers
One of the most common reasons that a backpacking trip turns into an unpleasant experience is do to contracting an internal illness, catching a bug, getting food poisoning. Most of this type of illness is due to being unsanitary, or being in contact with items that another person used that didn't use proper precautions.
There are a few remedies to do post getting the bug, like keeping hydrated, using things like rehydration salts or solutions are great for heavy instances as they also replace other things that are lost through loose stools such as salt and electrolytes as well as fluids. However in most cases drinking plenty of water as well as nibbling on certain foods such as toast or bananas (even if you don’t feel like eating) is sufficient. Rest is also important and you should try and relax until symptoms have passed.
But why not do all that is possible to not contract these issues in the first place by being sanitary.
Another issue is the backcountry is getting littered with little pieces of toilet paper, and soon it may become a law in the regulated areas we hike to pack out our bodily functions.
I hope you find these packs to be useful, or at least a blueprint on what you can do. I find that if I had to source all of the great little sample size pieces and put them together, that the price and convenience isn't much.
Potty Packs contain everything but the toilet. Included are a seat cover, 4 feet of two-ply toilet paper and wet wipes. The wet wipes are made with Vitamin E and Aloe Vera. Follow up by cleaning your hands with the sanitizer lotion and hand wipes.
Sh!t Kits include 4 feet of two-ply toilet tissue and wet wipes. The wet wipes are made with Vitamin E and Aloe. Follow up by cleaning your hands with the sanitizer lotion and hand wipes. The disposal bag can be used to not to leave any trace behind.