It sounds basic, showering. We’ve done it our entire lives. It’s a way to clean, it’s a way to unwind and relax, it’s a way to refresh. There’s a few different ways to shower in an RV and reasons for that variation that you might want to keep in mind when purchasing an RV.
There’s two main reasons people take quick showers in an RV, Saving Water and Limited Hot Water. If you are boondocking (camping without hookups) and are limited on your fresh water you’ll want to use as little water as possible. Another reason is that in many of the RVs the hot water heater isn’t very large which means you won’t be able to take long showers. Military showers are a common way RVers conserve hot and fresh water. The steps to a military shower is pretty basic:
- Rinse off quickly
- Turn the water off and soap up
- Turn the water back on and rinse off
Long Hot Showers
On demand water heaters are
Many units are designed with bath tubs.
Kids love to get dirty,
sometimes adult kids do also…
What about you, is there a different use you have for showering in your RV? Let us know below.