*cat hole - a hole dug in the ground to relieve one's self in...covered with dirt afterwards, much like what cats do
Step 1: What You'll Need...and Why...
This is your toilet plain and simple...concerend about a leak? That chili cheese dog was a mistake? You've held it for an hour? Double the bag.
absorbent material (paper towels are best):
This is to soak it up...yes, soak it up. You don't want a giant pee (or other stuff) balloon to toss away.
sanitary wipes and/or toilet paper:
I'd say this is obvious but this is Instructables...so, use these accordingly.
Sealable bags (like Ziploc brand):
This is if you feel a bit self concious about tossing the grocery bag solo. And to be honest, tossing the used Ready2Go is just like tossing a soiled diaper. It's gotta be done.
Since you may very well be using the Ready2Go in your car you may want to add odor spray to your pack. "In my car?!?!" you say! Well, yes. If you can't dig a cat hole then that means there are probably other people around. You want your privacy, right? Right. I use this for my kids to use in the car. Yes, in the car (hence the odor spray). We have tinted windows so no big deal. Let us not confuse "in the car" with "driving in the car", all right? This is not a mobile operation.
And if you don't already carry some, hand santizer would be nice.
Step 2: How to Use It...like I Need to Tell You This...
Anyway, Ready2Go works for either #1 or #2. After using the Ready2Go, wipe, pull up your pants and tie a knot in the receptacle bag. Or, tie the knot first...it's up to you. If you feel the need, place receptacle bag into one of the sealed bags...seal...toss into a garbage can. Again, it's no worse than tossing a soiled diaper.
And please, feel free NOT to let me know how it works for you. I've got kids. I've seen it all.