An unreliable or just plain ugly RV toilet is an easy - and relatively inexpensive - upgrade for your RV.
Among the reasons many cite for replacing their RV toilet are inefficiency, poor design, wear and tear, and even where the flush mechanism is placed (hand versus foot pedal flush).
Experts suggest looking for an RV toilet with a china base and bowl construction. These RV toilets
are easier to clean than the plastic variety that come standard in most RVs, and they'll last longer too.
When you upgrade your RV toilet, look for a space-saving, full-sized model, and one that can use regular-sized toilet seats. This way you won't have to special order a replacement seat if you need one in the future.
RV toilets range in price from under $200 to nearly $500.
RV Living Magazine points out that RV toilets and home toilets are mounted in the same manner, so if you've ever installed one at home you may be able to install one in your RV. However, many manufacturers recommend having them installed by an RV installation specialist.