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Cleanwaste Portable Toilet with Waste Kit

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$55.09 $73.45

Item #CLW0001



Tech Specs

Folded Dimensions:
5 x 19 x 14 in
Unfolded Dimensions:
14 in
Disposal Bags Included:
Claimed Weight:
7 lb
Recommended Use:
car camping, canoe camping

Don’t take a crap on Mother Nature.

You’re serious about leaving no trace behind when you car and canoe camp, or perhaps you’re just not particularly stoked about crouching and losing your balance while taking a crap in the great outdoors. We’re pleased to present the Cleanwaste Portable Toilet. This plastic toilet unfolds from a briefcase-sized block into the same height and bowl dimensions as a standard toilet. A removable mesh holder supports the waste-collection bag, and the biodegradable bag uses eco-friendly powder to turn liquid waste into an odorless solid. The lid protects the seat during the night and removes for stability under the legs when you set up on soft ground. * Includes one waste-bag kit.

  • Reviews
  • Q & A

must have for outdoor adventures

    best outdoor toilet on the market

    must have for outdoor adventures

    Very nice

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Works great. It’s good that you can use the lid for stability on uneven ground. Or just be careful not to tip. Easy to clean and compact.

    Do-Do Outdoors

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Bought this for floating the Colorado river, and it has been amazing!
    *Super comfy
    *Super packable/compact
    *Super burrly/rugged


      This is the greatest thing ever it's not to heavy it folds up nicely and when you need to go it sets up really easy. This has to be one of the best purchases ever!

      It's not Porcelain but I love it

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I got a lot of attitude for purchasing this, but I don't care what anyone says there is nothing better then being in the middle of nowhere waking up in to mother nature relaxed calm and ready to play. O yea then having to go and frantically dig a hole and squat, well I say no more, from now on I can sit relax enjoy the view and do my business.

      I have no complaints about this product.

      All the comforts of home

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I should of bought the Cleanwaste Portable Toilet years ago. It makes taking care of business outdoors so much easier on everyone. The kids, the wife, and the environment all benefit from its use. When combined with the Cleanwaste toilet kits, disposal of all waste is easy and mess free. No more need to dig a hole or haul out a soggy bag for the duration of your trip. This just makes it much much easier.

      Trip Saver

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      First and foremost, this does NOT unfold into "the same height and bowl dimensions as a standard toilet." Unless they meant a standard portable toilet. This is noticeably smaller (both in height and bowl size) than your household version. HOWEVER, despite that discrepancy, this product is amazing! Took this little guy out for a winter camping trip in south Utah and instead of digging snowy holes for our wilderness poos, we set this up against a tree a ways off from camp and everyone loved it. Got this at an insane "well why not" discount price and I have no regrets. This isn't something I'd normally pick up, but now will recommend to anyone who frequently car camps or goes on river trips.

      For how slim the plastic is on this, I was pleasantly surprised by the sturdiness when seated. As long as the ground you're on is semi flat, there is no fear of falling over. It's not heavy at all and folds nicely for easy carrying and storage. As someone else noted, the legs clip into the body when folded and it's sometimes a pain to get them back out because of how securely it fastens. Not really too much of an issue in my book since it would be far more annoying to me if they came loose too easily. Overall, getting this was a huge win and I suggest you get one too!

      Great for car camping,expeditions,rivers

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Used this on a week-long paddle trip as the NPS requires a toilet/holding system for river trips. Used this with a homemade poop tube like the big wall climbers use to pack out waste. Works great and easy to store and secure. The only knock is that the tabs that secure the feet are so solid they are sometimes hard to get to fold. Probably a good thing since you're sitting on.

      The description says it comes with one waste-bag kit? What's included in the kit? In the tech section it says one bag is included.

      ONE bag comes with the toilet. You need to purchase additional bags (ie., box of 12) if you plan on taking more than one $hit.

      Pooping in the woods - infinitely easier

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      The lid doesn't stay on - it's really just for carrying. Otherwise it falls right off.

      With only one leg in the front, it's a little tippy, but you can get used to it.

      Instead of the fancy toilet tent I decided to rig my own using a circular clothes dryer hangy-thing and a shower curtain from the dollar store. Hang it from a tree and you have a simple shelter for a couple bucks.

      Poo'in while veiw'in

      Poo'in while veiw'in

      LMFAO you win the internet today my friend!

      portable poo paradise

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Whether you in Moab on onion creek rd, lake powell, or a forest rd. This portable toilet will make things a little more comfortable. Scared of public restrooms, this is a solution. Incredibly strong, I have used as a step stool, although I do not recommend. about the size of a large briefcase. If you have kids and need a toilet accessible during your camping outing try this guy out. Three campground fees and it's paid for.

      I am taking a group of teen girls on a...

      I am taking a group of teen girls on a Missions trip to Montenegro in a month. Just found out our accommodations have changed to a facility with squat/hole toilets rather than what we are used to. Minus the bag - think this would work over the hole? If I dont come up with something there is going to be a lot of drama.

      Best Answer

      You have my sympathies, but a bunch of prissy teenaged girls don't. They really need to toughen up and get over it. When they need to go badly enough, or get a bout of dysentery, even squatting in the bushes will look good. But, if it's a situation where it's a community toilet, it's not going to be a "cat-hole", it's going to be a pit toilet/outhouse, and I would bet that there's some sort of at least improvised toilet seat that could pass as acceptable. This would would be a good choice over a smaller hole that is no bigger than what one person would need, but it's probably too small to straddle a bigger pit or a trench (latrine) that's being used for everyone, and they would end up in the hole rather than above it. I would find out exactly what the details are on the facilities and go from there. This might be the best solution, or maybe it's not as bad as it sounds initially. You might even be able to buy just a toilet seat instead. But any way, knowing girls that age all too well myself, you definitely want to bring extra toilet paper and a couple boxes of those tissue butt gaskets for the seat. I don't envy you at all, but I do hope this helps. Good luck!!

      Good god what is a "tissue butt gasket"?

      ahahaha! It's one of those things that are in all the best public bathrooms that you have to punch out the perforations on to use to cover the toilet seat. All the women in my life make it a point to tell me when there aren't any for some reason, and even though there's a perfectly good seat, they end up squatting and hovering anyhow. I therefore surmise that it's as integral to sitting on the toilet for them as the seat itself. Ask the wife. She might not know it by its slang term, but I guarantee that you'll know more about it than you ever wanted to know by the end of that conversation.

      Thanks for taking the time to answer. I do think by the end of the week they will be pros - LOL - or very, very constipated. I am packing a Sam's club pack of TP and diaper wipes. I think we may just give this a try in case it will help. There will be drama regardless but this may just help a bit. Thanks!

      What do you do with the bags after they...

      What do you do with the bags after they are used? How do you pack out the full bags?

      Best Answer

      You tie it off and put it in your pack.

      Is this available with legs that raise it...

      Is this available with legs that raise it to the height of a handicapped toilet?

      It doesn't appear to be available in a compliant form. Try Drive Medical Solutions for their version of a folding toilet. It's not quite so specialized for the outdoors or contained environmentally, but it is the right height, lightweight, and it folds down to a relatively compact size.

      Where/How do I get/order extra disposable...

      Where/How do I get/order extra disposable bags?

      You can purchase the replacement kits right here at backcountry.com Cleanwaste Go Anywhere Waste Bag Kit - 12 Pack, Item CLW0002. Kit comes with * Biodegradable solution that traps, encapsulates, deodorizes and breaks down waste
      * Portable toilet solution including toilet paper and hand wipe
      * Secure puncture-resistant zip-close disposal bag.
      * 12 kits per Pack

      what are the weight limit specifications

      what are the weight limit specifications

      Supports up to 500 pounds.

      can i keep a squirrel in this?

      can i keep a squirrel in this?

      Best Answer

      i would keep 2 but thats just me

      I would probably let the squirrel run free in the wild and not keep him in a place where you go to the bathroom.

      Would you want to be kept in a portable toilet?

      That would inevitably come back and bite you in the ass.