Is there condensation forming in your Cuddy composting toilet? That’s good news: it means the composting process is working effectively!
Condensation in Cuddy is a common thing that can occur when the toilet is used in a warm environment. This is because the composting process generates heat, which can cause the inside of the toilet to become humid. To prevent condensation, try placing absorbent materials such as a paper towel or other absorbent material inside the solids bin to help soak up excess moisture.
Another solution to help manage condensation is to vent the toilet externally. This can be done by installing a vent pipe that runs from your Cuddy toilet to the outside of your van, vehicle, or other small space. This will allow excess moisture to escape the toilet and prevent it from building up inside.
Additionally, it is important to keep the hinges of your Cuddy composting toilet well lubricated. This ensures that your toilet will open and close smoothly, and also prevent any moisture from building up on the hinges.
TL;DR: condensation in your Cuddy composting toilet can be managed by using absorbent materials, venting the toilet externally, and keeping the hinges well lubricated. Watch the video below, and feel free to comment if you have any questions!