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Old 13 April 2010, 14:55   #11
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Take a bottle of water with you and pour it over your head to wash the salt off your face.


And tell me good man - what size of bottle of water would you recommend? I personally believe in the 1.5lt. It gives a rather splendid power feel - besides it also can double up as an on-board loo when required!!!


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Old 13 April 2010, 17:52   #12
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I've seen a tiny (4m) little Caribe Rib with an electric shower on the back.

It also had a key pad start rather than a key!

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Old 14 April 2010, 03:51   #13
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heheh the bottle idea is a bit too getto :P well zodiac do offer the built in shower kit for my rib, but it is a bit too expensive really, so i think i will see about one of these camping showers, max of 25 litres of water really, so just to rinse your face off and stuff if you are spending a day out
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And tell me good man - what size of bottle of water would you recommend? I personally believe in the 1.5lt. It gives a rather splendid power feel - besides it also can double up as an on-board loo when required!!!


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2 for 1 Volvic 1L sports bottle from the local garage usually as i forget to take one!!
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ring shower 12v

we've got one of these ring shower units that we use on the back of the camper tailgate (comes with a little suction cup widget) and they work really well! We leave one of the 'solar shower' bags on the roof to warm the water up when there's the occasional sunshine. Obviously its no power shower but it does the job, pretty frugal on the water they use. I can recommend it, don't be put off by the cheap price? regards AL
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