Turn an empty 2-liter bottle into a showerhead in seconds.
There are plenty of ways to keep fresh on camping trips. Portable showers are great items to help you stay clean at the campsite, but they aren't something you can keep in your backpack. Camping wipes are fantastic, but they won't clean you up like a shower. The best way to get a quick rinse is to use a Simple Shower.
The Simple Shower is a lightweight showerhead that fits into most one or two-liter water bottles (or Platypus collapsible bottles and bladders.) Once it's inside the bottle, turn it upside down for a steady stream of water.
- Versatile portable shower puts out campfires
- Great gift for backpackers
- Compatible with one or two liter bottles
- Made in the USA from recycled materials
- Rinses pets of dirt and mud
Start saving all of your extra soda bottles for showering. You can find the Simple Shower on Amazon for only $14. Customer reviews are fantastic! A customer gave it five stars and said, "I'll always take this camping going forward. Assuming there are no real showers of course."
Packing the Simple Shower won't be a hassle at all. Keep the 2-oz easy shower gadget in your backpack for fishing, backpacking, and hunting trips for a quick rinse. This camp shower hack is exactly what every outdoorsman needs.
Check out this video of a camper using the Simple Shower. The water flow looks like it does an excellent job of getting you nice and clean to take on the day.
This DIY easy camping shower is going to come in handy. Use it to wash your hands, camping utensils, and more.
If you're a little bit more high maintenance and require warm water for camping trips (I don't blame you), consider solar showers. Amazon has some of the best camping showers for those who need hot water. Just leave the bag of water in the sun all day, and it'll be toasty for your shower before bed.
Most portable solar showers can hold about 20 pounds of water, so they'll last you a few days.
This post was originally published on June 30, 2020.
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