Introduction: DIY Stand to Pee
Ever needed to stand to pee? Nasty porta johns or bathrooms make you cringe? Long road trips make for lots of stops?
Save time. Save $$ Don't stress. Make this and pee anywhere a man does.
This device would be great for someone who dislikes sitting on public toilets or has difficulty doing so.
For a device that doesn't require lowering your Pants check out my other DIY STP devices.
Step 1: Collect Items:
Sheet of pliable plastic at least 7"x7" (Showing a sheet of paper for photo)
Candle or lighter (optional)
Step 2: Draw & Cut
Draw on plastic with permanent marker the shape as shown in the photo. You can free hand this or
Use a ruler to mark the paper at the top of the curve at the length you want (I chose 7") and the sides at 4.75" so your flaps are equal in size. Draw a line across as shown at the 4.75" mark. Measure in from each edge along this line 1.5" draw your curve to meet at these points as shown. If desired curve the edges and corners as I did.
Note:you can get two out of one 8.5x11 sheet as indicated in the photo using paper; however longer works better.
Cut along the line (or lines if making 2) using good scissors.
Step 3: Fold
Create a fold as shown in the photo above that is 1.5" to 2" long.
This helps to guide the stream when using.
Step 4: Finish
Finish by using rubbing alcohol and paper towel to remove any permanent marker.
Rinse well and wipe dry.
Carefully hold cut piece in hand and run all edges near a flame moving quickly back n forth over small sections at a time. Careful not to burn it too much. This will melt the raw edges slightly creating a smoother feel and added comfort during use.
Step 5: To Use:
Hold as shown in images above.
Note: You can adjust how wide the opening is by how closely together you gather the sides as you hold it.
Place curved end against body and folded end down towards toilet (tree, ground). Do your business. Rinse with water. Wipe dry
No water: Just wipe dry Urine is sterile unless you have some urinary infection. Wash with mild soap when possible. At least once a day.