- Hot, pressurized shower
- Can be used inside or outside a tent
- Captures water and drains it outside
You can now take a warm shower with privacy and comfort while in a large tent. This tent shower not only provides hot-pressurized water, but captures the water and drains it outside the tent.
Here’s the story - In order to help my city wife endure camping, several years ago I rigged up a pump sprayer with nozzle that has an on/off switch on the handle. By putting hot water in the tank and pumping it up, she had a hot-pressurized shower. This worked great as we camped in warmer months. Once the sun had been up a while and the weather was warm, we would set up a privacy popup outside. We would heat water in a solar bag, or if in a hurry, on a propane stove. Pouring the hot water into the pump sprayer, the pump provided enough pressure to not only easily wash her body but also to shampoo and rinse her thick curly hair. It worked great, as long as the weather was warm. She loves her daily hot shower. When she is clean while camping, life is much better.
In June, we went camping in the Rocky Mountains at an elevation of 8,200 feet. Even though it was late in the month, it snowed on us. We had our large wall tent with a wood-burning stove, so we were comfortable inside the tent. I had brought a shower enclosure, the pump sprayer and a water heater pan to stand in to capture the water. Everything worked great except all of the water didn’t end up in the pan and we ended up with water on our tent floor.
During this group camp, we had a “tour of tents” to see what creative camp gear others had. One particularly ingenious camper had used Velcro and vinyl to capture the water into a base and drain it outside. The last part of the puzzle was complete. I came home and designed that feature into my shower enclosure. Plus, I improved it by adding a shower curtain and rod. By the way, there is even enough room in the enclosure to use a bath mat and a small chair for dressing.
My deluxe tent shower now works perfectly. No more water on the tent floor! All the water stays in the tub and drains outside the tent. The three an one-half gallon tank provides enough water for my wife and daughter to shower and sometimes there is even enough for me. The good news is that I don't need any water to wash my hair, since my hair left me years ago. So when we go camping in cold weather, my wife gets a warm shower, washes her hands in her Deluxe Camp Sink whenever needed and is clean and comfortable.
Here’s what is included with your Deluxe Tent Shower -
So now you don’t have to worry about how to keep clean while camping in cold weather. Showering with your Deluxe Tent Shower is easy and convenient. And with your Deluxe Camp Sink, you can wash your hands and face and brush your teeth whenever needed. Camping is not only more comfortable when you are clean, but safer, as sanitation is a critical part of our overall well-being.
Guys, if you want your wives to enjoy camping more, this is the ticket. Gals, if you want to be clean and comfortable while camping, buy the sink and shower for yourself or give them to him as a gift. When you buy both you save $10 -