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This is what I love about Campers! Everyone has a GREAT sense of humor! LOL 

I must admit I have not used my shower yet, but when I do, I will definately think of you guys and this thread! Thumbs Up

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I thought about the hose in the back of the trailer but then thought about what the neighbor would say about me showering outside.  LOL

I found the shower to be tight but doable.  I would have the water off while I was shampooing or washing with soap and just used the shower head to wet/rinse when needed.  I didn't use much water.

I found the sink to be a little awkward but found that whatever ended up on the shower floor could be rinsed off before I got out.  And, yes, have something to wipe the shower down afterwards so that you can keep it dry.  I did find that the air vent did get my hair dried before I was out of the shower.  
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Originally posted by tpierce220 tpierce220 wrote:

I thought about the hose in the back of the trailer but then thought about what the neighbor would say about me showering outside.  LOL

I found the shower to be tight but doable.  I would have the water off while I was shampooing or washing with soap and just used the shower head to wet/rinse when needed.  I didn't use much water.

I found the sink to be a little awkward but found that whatever ended up on the shower floor could be rinsed off before I got out.  And, yes, have something to wipe the shower down afterwards so that you can keep it dry.  I did find that the air vent did get my hair dried before I was out of the shower.  

I tried turning off the water while washing down but trying to regulate the water to the proper temp. again is a bit difficult without either getting it too hot or cold 
I find it hard enough just getting the water temp regulated before I get in the shower in the first place never mind with soap in my eyes LOL
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Brin Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 16 Apr 2011 at 10:59pm
Originally posted by rpodmania rpodmania wrote:

Originally posted by tpierce220 tpierce220 wrote:

I thought about the hose in the back of the trailer but then thought about what the neighbor would say about me showering outside.  LOL

I found the shower to be tight but doable.  I would have the water off while I was shampooing or washing with soap and just used the shower head to wet/rinse when needed.  I didn't use much water.

I found the sink to be a little awkward but found that whatever ended up on the shower floor could be rinsed off before I got out.  And, yes, have something to wipe the shower down afterwards so that you can keep it dry.  I did find that the air vent did get my hair dried before I was out of the shower.  

I tried turning off the water while washing down but trying to regulate the water to the proper temp. again is a bit difficult without either getting it too hot or cold 
I find it hard enough just getting the water temp regulated before I get in the shower in the first place never mind with soap in my eyes LOL
 
Our shower head has a button to just turn off the flow without turning the handles off.
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