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Old 09-03-2019, 09:54 PM   #1
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On my 2016 Sprinter with the pop top raised I hook a shower curtain to the sides of the poptop and stand in a plastic tub while showering. The shower curtain snaps to the tub with no leakage. It's a great system and is one my favorite features of the van. The pull out faucet has a 6 ft hose.

The faucet is like the one in the picture (not my van) - I'm looking for a faucet that has an on/off on the handle.
It's a bit of a pain to reach out of the "shower stall" to turn off the water while soaping up. If I could have an on/off on the handle it would be easier on me.

My fresh water tank is 17 gal and I really have to conserve water while camping

Any ideas?
Thanks David
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Old 09-03-2019, 10:12 PM   #2
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On my 2016 Sprinter with the pop top raised I hook a shower curtain to the sides of the poptop and stand in a plastic tub while showering. The shower curtain snaps to the tub with no leakage. It's a great system and is one my favorite features of the van. The pull out faucet has a 6 ft hose.



The faucet is like the one in the picture (not my van) - I'm looking for a faucet that has an on/off on the handle.

It's a bit of a pain to reach out of the "shower stall" to turn off the water while soaping up. If I could have an on/off on the handle it would be easier on me.



My fresh water tank is 17 gal and I really have to conserve water while camping



Any ideas?

Thanks David


Just get the cheap sprayer like what is used to rise dishes at home . Itís small has a on off and does not use a bunch of water.
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Just get the cheap sprayer like what is used to rise dishes at home . Itís small has a on off and does not use a bunch of water.

Yup, thatís what I did. Works fine and is cheap. I added in a T-fitting with a valve, too.
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Yup, thatís what I did. Works fine and is cheap. I added in a T-fitting with a valve, too.


Yes I also use the Nemo shower with the same shower head and use it over the inside unit.
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