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Old 07-23-2011, 06:45 PM   #1
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How do you get the most out of your "Wet Bath"

I have a 2010 Wolf Pup 17p with a wet bath. I was hoping it wouldn't be an issue and so far it really hasn't been. I was wondering how you get the most out of your wet bath, or have any tips/tricks on making good use of it.

We were out in the Wolf Pup for the first real stretch, 4 nights/5 days and during the recent heat spell, in a primitive national forest campground with no amenities only last week. Going into town to escape the heat and visiting several dollar and big box stores gave me some ideas that I put into action.

In addition to the shower curtain that protects the door and opening, but allows the toilet to get wet, I added an additional shower curtain behind the toilet on a curtain rod. This allowed me to drape the 2nd shower curtain over the toilet and allowed me to either sit on the toilet or stand without getting the toilet wet. Second, I found an over-the-door soap dish holder and got two of those. It has two soap dishes side by side, connected with a thick band. One dish fits on each side of the door with the band drapped on the top of the door. I also bought two over the door towel hangers. The next purchase will be a spring loaded shower caddy to put behind the toilet and with the smallest accessory trays possible.

The ability to shower in the middle of nowhere in 90+degree F heat was really a lifesaver, and I think we're slowly getting the wet bath figured out and "configured" for the best possible and easiest and most convenient use.

Interested to hear what you have done.
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Old 07-23-2011, 09:29 PM   #2
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Sounds like you came up with some good ideas. Do you have any pics to share?
Great choice for "Living within my means" and camping for one...

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