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Old 04-14-2015, 10:58 AM   #41
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Off topic but my JayFeather came with a bracket too hook the shower head to but no provision to hang it on the side of the camper. Anyone experience this? Solutions?
Inside our little hatch is a hook to put the wand on. I too have thought about making something up and hanging on the outside using the sticky for a command hook.
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Old 04-14-2015, 11:01 AM   #42
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Off topic but my JayFeather came with a bracket too hook the shower head to but no provision to hang it on the side of the camper. Anyone experience this? Solutions?
I leave mine hooked at the edge of the bumper(hands free) makes it easy to rinse your feet off or wash your hands during your stay. I also set a 5 gallon bucket underneath and set my strainer on top when in rinse off my fresh vegetables from the farmers market.
The bolt is a 3/8" x 1-1/2"sst and nut.
Did not have to drill a hole, it's already there to hold the end cap.
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Washing feet occasionally. Washing hands. Mostly for washing dishes. I have a small table and a couple wash basins that go back there when we setup camp. I do not want a stinky grey tank, so we try really hard to make sure food doesn't go down the drain.

Oh, and I put an Oxygenics head in the shower, and moved that head to the outside. The one that came on the outdoor shower was total junk.
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I leave mine hooked at the edge of the bumper(hands free) makes it easy to rinse your feet off or wash your hands during your stay. I also set a 5 gallon bucket underneath and set my strainer on top when in rinse off my fresh vegetables from the farmers market.
The bolt is a 3/8" x 1-1/2"sst and nut.
Did not have to drill a hole, it's already there to hold the end cap.
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I use mine to wash dishes etc....no food particles in my grey tank. Also to bath the dogs when required. I hated the time spent to try and jam it back into the door area and installed a clip to hang it off and it stayed there all summer. I do not use my fresh water tank as I am in a seasonal site and hook up to city water. I simply turn off the water before leaving each time.

I also installed a clip to keep the door open without it flapping in the wind.
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Mine is located between sewer hookups and electric. I can't imagine the thinking. The hose is in a drawer inside and the pocket is stuffed with insulation.
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Mine is located between 2 slides. I have seen others simply take a dowel amd a shower curtain and hang it on each top of the slide. my sewer line went through the area where the shower is located, but last time down I bought 2 45 degree connectors and now route the sewer hose behind the tires and then out.
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I've never used it, and can't think of a reason to.

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Old 04-16-2015, 06:37 AM   #49
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Gosh, without this thread as a reminder, I had totally forgotten we even have an external shower. Hmmm, guess I 'might' use it to rinse Farmer's Market veggies, but don't want to make a muddy spot outside for someone to accidently step into!
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Might use it if we boondocked more but since we are almost always in a CG we use the CG facilities. Guess we could use it to wash off the dogs but so far the dogs have not needed it.
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