I tend to lift the whole thing out and split it outside the van. Not that I'd be bothered splitting it inside the van, I don't think.
I wonder if you can still get the lidl one or if you have to wait for it to come back again.
I was thinking about getting one but was off put by the price. Which do you use?
With response to the OP I love having my own toilet facilities, so for me it's the Porta Potti 365. I've met people without a toilet in their vans and can't help feeling that they are getting things wrong!
When I put in a shower tray I may put it on a bit of a slope so the water flows that way. Otherwise I will do as I do with the kitchen sink and simply push any reminants of water into the plug hole with my hand.
I fitted a vaultage limiter today. Reduces it down from 12 to 5 vaults. The water flow is much more sensible. No more splashing all over the worktop whenever you turn on the tap.
That was the first thing I thought about but was advised their use in this application was not suitable. That's not to say they are right. That was just one guys opinion.
If the part I've ordered doesn't work I'll havexa look into these dimmers, making sure to check amp ratings etc.
Thanks so much for the help and advice.
To further explain I have the pump, onto which directly slides a length of 10mm (internal) / 14 mm (external) food grade hose. The other end of the hose again just pushes onto the plastic cone shaped attachment at the tap. There are no screw fittings...
I have a 12v tap like this one:
and a Whale GP1002 12V Submersible Water Pump:
While I love the simplicity of this the water flows much too quickly. It bounces off the sink and splashes all over the worktop. When you try to wash your hands you need to wear a waterproof mack!
Is there a...
I took out the bulk head and replaced it with one I built myself. It's a wooden baton frame with ply on each side of the wall. Inside the wall is insulated with the same insulation as I used to insulate the walls in the living space. The difference in temperature between the back and the front...