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Old 12-17-2012, 02:24 PM   #41
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I always shower in the nude,I have never taken a shower in a suit & tie. Youroo!!
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Old 12-17-2012, 05:02 PM   #42
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Well now, aren't we a smartypants! HAHA!
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Old 12-17-2012, 06:07 PM   #43
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You could go to any hardware store and buy the cut to size, washable, blue furnace filter. Water runs through them and would be soft to stand on. They are similar to the bath mats you see advertised on tv for your shower only blue instead of white.
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Old 01-01-2013, 10:44 PM   #44
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You could go to any hardware store and buy the cut to size, washable, blue furnace filter. Water runs through them and would be soft to stand on. They are similar to the bath mats you see advertised on tv for your shower only blue instead of white.
Interesting topic and lots of grate ideas here. I think this is my favorite so far because it would be so lightweight. Our F150 has about all it wants with the Roo if we go deep in the mtns....so a filter is an excellent idea! Thanks Y'all
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Old 01-19-2013, 12:13 AM   #45
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What do tent campers do with their gray water?

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Most camp grounds we've stayed at don't allow gray water to be discharged on to the ground. If you're actually showering and using soap then you're dumping gray water on the ground.
I know it would not be cool to drain my gray water tank on the ground but before I got a TT I did a lot of tent or rustic camping. We had to wash our dishes and always did it at the campsite and dumped our dishwater (gray) in the bushes or if a small wash job around the water spigot. I don't think an outside shower would be much different. I guess I have yet pull into a camp site and say "shucks, someone took and outside shower here and dumped gray water all over the ground." LOL
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Old 01-19-2013, 03:06 AM   #46
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I put a grey plastic bus bin (the kind that restaurants use to clear a table) at the outdoor shower. (These come in a two pack at Sam's Club). They are quite sturdy enough to stand in, the water accumulates to help get feet clean. The bottom is has ridges so not slippery, but quite comfortable. For children they can sit and get a shower bath. We use these bins inside at the top of the entry steps to collect boots in the winter and when it rains. In the summer one lives just under the entry steps to collect shoes. When camping at a beach I fill one with a couple inches of water and it lives near the entry door for foot swishing before entry.
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Old 01-19-2013, 03:20 AM   #47
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A web friend of mine has an expedition style off road website and he actually makes a cedar wood base for this specific purpose. He is a standup guy too just trying to make a living by selling Landcruiser parts to other Landcruiser enthusiasts.

Click here for link.

If you look around his website, he also has some recipe's as well as some gear that may be useful to RV'ers like Solar chargers and water jugs for boon-docking.

EDIT: I am only connected to him because I have a Landcruiser and we frequent a Landcruiser forum ih8mud.com
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