You’ve been reading, but maybe you’re still not convinced that portable restroom trailers are that much better than the old blue box. So let’s think about it a bit more.
The traditional, old school port-a-potty is the blue box, which looks rather like a vertically oriented coffin. And if you close your eyes and remember the last time you were in one you will probably remember that it feels like a coffin as well.
The old blue box (okay, sometimes they are green or brown, but most are blue, probably to give the allusion of being clean and fresh, like blue water) is just a box with a hole with a toilet seat above it, and a roll of toilet paper. In a high end model you might find a small sink with a foot pump for water. Sadly, you often find that the people before you mistook the sink for a urinal or a trash can. These boxy toiles have no electric light, but the high end models have a skylight in the top that lets in a bit of ambient sun, assuming it is sunny, just enough to let you see exactly what you are smelling.
Admit it, the old blue box is cramped, smelly, dirty and unpleasant. When you have to use one, you do your best not to touch anything. Women don’t want to sit down, no one wants to touch the door. Often children refuse to use them, afraid they will fall into the abyss. And heaven help the woman in a fancy dress.
Now, let’s consider basic model portable restroom trailers. Just something low-level, enough to get the job done. This restroom looks better from the outside, simply a large white trailer that could hold folding chairs or a pony as well as a bathroom. It is much larger than the blue box – probably four to six times the size of the old port-o-potty, even if it has just one toilet. It has electric lights for safety and comfort. The toilet is not simply a hole with a seat, but rather is a recognizable toilet, with flushable water, and a fresh bowl every time. There is toilet paper, of course, but also a sink with running water at the tap, A/C and heat, hand soap, disposable paper towel and a trash can. Every VIP To Go trailer has two separate rooms – one for men, including a urinal, and one for women with more counter space and mirrors.
Portable restroom trailers are clearly superior to the old blue box. The toilet trailer doesn’t have the lingering odor of the chemical toilet. It provides a fresh experience for guests, running water, safe lighting and sanitation. They require only a hose and electrical outlet, or a tank full of water and a generator (which VIP To Go can provide). Portable restroom trailers offer efficiency, comfort and style. Yes, a trailer costs a bit more than the old chemical box, but the price difference is not as extreme as you might think, and certainly is worth the comfort the trailer provides. With a toilet trailer you can meet your guests’ needs easily, and even impress them if you choose to upgrade to a luxury model. Call 877-564-6977 today to learn what options will work best for you.
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