Solar Shower

Discussion in 'Solar Power' started by ShiftZZ, Mar 27, 2008.

  1. ShiftZZ

    ShiftZZ Funster Life Member

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    Hi a guy call Russel (rapide) has used one mainly for his dog I think, and gave good reports but he was at Lake Gardia, But new years eve at the Dirty Duck would be asking a lot from it:ROFLMAO:
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    A number of people who attend re-enactment musters using tents or smaller vans use them and I've heard good reports.

    I think it's recommended that you keep your shorts on if showering outside the van though ::bigsmile:

    Graham
     
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    My daughter used one all the time in Iraq, she thought it was great!. I don't suppose she would be so ready to use it on the Brecon Beacons!!!
     
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    Do you mean her brecon beacons:Eeek: or the more generaly known ones:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO: Hi Suzy good to see you on here again
    Geo
     
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    I mean the ones in Wales where they do survival training! cheeky!! :ROFLMAO:
     
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    We use one all the time when in sunnier climes. I hang it off the ladder of the motorhome and its great for washing Kids, feet, Dogs as well as hands after emptying waste etc. They are cheap enough infact if you buy it from our shop not only will you be getting it cheaper than anywhere else you will also be earning motorhomefun a few pence in commission. Every little helps:Smile:

    <The Lowest Priced Solar Shower Anywhere>
     
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    I have seen them used here on the campsite mainly for washing the dogs and "stuff" they left it outside hanging up all day and then used early evening last summer. They said for the price it was pretty good.:thumb:
     
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    We use ours regularly in S of France. When stopping on aires, especially near a beach, it's great to wash all tha sand off. And if your really lucky you'll see the unhibited french ladies washing themselves down in the nudy !
    Not that I'm looking, just research for the forums.

    Once saw a belgian van with a black 4 inch pipe all round the edge of his van roof. This was filled with water that heated up during the day. Good eh ?

    regards

    Allen
     
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