When face to face with customers I just tell them the truth. I think it's stupid to flush kitty litter and paper towels. Is the IP stupid? Probably not, but he's doing a stupid thing. I am speaking the truth in love, so he won't keep doing a stupid thing. I tried sarcasm, my bad, but it's obvious he blames "technology" for not having caught up to his desire to use his toilet as a garbage can.
Hey, Joe! From Jersey myself. I live in FL now, but I'm from the Jackson/Howell/Freehold area. Joe, to seasoned drain cleaners/plumbers, it's all too obvious not to put anything down a drain and human waste in a toilet. Don't be put off by the sarcasm/mild abuse. Thick skin. But, as pointed out, as soon as you try to use your drain/sewer system as a "trashcan", you're bound for trouble. Maybe soon, maybe down the road. Yeah, the Kohler commercial shows a tractor trailer and 50 golf balls being flushed. And, many of the popular baby or "adult" wipes say "flushable" on them. Look around this forum, and you'll see pictures with cables or "snakes" being pulled out of drains with many wipes wrapped around. Remember, if it doesn't break down in water, forget it. In the trash. Kitty litter? I know you're flushing the turds from the cat box, but if they got litter stuck to em(and they do), don't flush em. Between these products and garbage disposers, there will always be work in the drain cleaning industry. Hope you got some good advice with a little ball busting!;)
You should look into purchasing some scented garbage bags and double bagging the cat waste. I have a dog and most municipal by laws in Canada require you pick up your dog waste. For many years I've been keeping the waste outside until it is to be disposed. Try This out for a Change, hopefully it makes life easier!
Actually the cats have the upstairs and the dogs are downstairs and we do the outside disposal thing with the dogs so I guess now we'll make the necessary adjustments.
After the sarcasm and the helpful advice, will you promise to treat your toilet nice?