Hygiene & cleaning

This is where you’ll learn all about the cleaning and hygiene of our TROBOLO® composting toilets.

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Cleaning a TROBOLO®

The human excretions only come into contact with the plastic surfaces and the faeces is directed straight into the solids container which is protected from soiling thanks to the replaceable inlay, even if the user suffers from diarrhoea. This means that less cleaning effort is required than in the case of a conventional toilet. The wooden surfaces of the TROBOLO® LuweBlœm and TROBOLO® LeliBlœm are proofed with a natural oil and can be cleaned with a damp cloth, just like the toilet seat which is sealed by an antibacterial protective coating. The wooden surfaces of the TROBOLO® KersaBœm and TROBOLO® TeraBlœm should be treated with a natural oil, for example, to become resistant to moisture, too. When cleaning the separation system, you should avoid using detergents with scouring agents as the system consists of durable plastic with a surface that has been sealed. After every emptying, an inlay is placed into the solids container which is inserted into the container like a bag therefore protecting it from soiling. If necessary, the liquids container can be rinsed out with a little water and detergent, but doesn’t require any further cleaning beyond this.



Using a TROBOLO® is just like using a regular toilet. Thanks to the contact-free separation system, the body only touches the toilet seat which is sealed with an antibacterial protective coating. Due to the TROBOLO® separation system, the two separate containers located inside can be removed in a few easy steps without you having to come into contact with the excretions, making the emptying equally hygienic. When using a TROBOLO®, you therefore do not have to make any compromises on hygiene or miss out on the comfort you are used to from your toilet at home.

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