Re: Toilet shower combo
I have one in the RV. I hate it. Really hate it. The only time I don't mind it is those times I'm throwing up and can't move after heaving all my guts out. And it makes up for not having a bidet attachment. TMI? Naaaaaahhhhhhhhh. :P
I keep finding rocks and leaves on the shower floor and I forget to look down and clean it out before I snag a shower. Ow feet ow feet ow feet. Rocks and leaves seem to really like my boots. And the all-in-one itself is biscuit colour so I never know if I've got it clean or not (on the other hand, I don't wallop my head on the walls since I can SEE THEM, unlike Mum's SNOWWHITEOHMYEYESBLINDING shower surround). And if the plastic cracks I can't just get a new one and chuck the old since it's so big and unwieldy. My toilet is broken again (the flappy thinger at the bottom won't close all the way so I'm having to dump my black tank WAY more often to keep smells down).
I'm planning on keeping my water closet and bathtub (okay, so it's a 75gal Aquaponics tub) separate in the bus.
It's okaaaaaay in the short run, but if I had to choose between an all-in-one and being forced to use an unknown quality bathhouse you can bet your next meal I'm using a daisy rigged outdoor shower.
(I actually used to 'sneak' into my sister's house and use her shower in the winter time, because, dude, sometimes I had ICE in my shower and yee gods no I ain't doing that).
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