DIY ProjectsBuild Your Own Outdoor Shower Perfect if you Have a Pool

Build Your Own Outdoor Shower Perfect if you Have a Pool

After spending a long day at the beach with your whole family and getting some sand in your hair, rinsing off in an outdoor shower seems like the perfect solution to avoid a sandy trail around your house. Outdoor showers are game changers as far as convenience is concerned and making sure that your hardwood floors and carpets maintain their stellar condition. 

They are also great if a lot of the kids are in and out with friends. They can wash off before and after to keep the pool cleaner and then to rinse the chemicals off after swimming.
According to Gold Hammer Construction, Inc, being able to rinse off after coming back from a trip to the beach is not the only benefit of an outdoor shower.

It can also come in handy after planting the flowerbeds with your bug spray, sunscreen and muddy shoes. You can clean off in your outdoor shower in no time so you will feel refreshed and prepared for another project.

Outdoor showers also let you and your dog wash off right away after your morning run or regular hike.
If you got your own backyard pool, you probably know how your eyes can get irritated because of the harsh pool chemicals. A quick shower lets you wash away these chemicals before you bask under the sun, not to mention that it also helps extend the life of your swimwear while preventing damaged hair and irritated eyes.

It is also a wise idea to rinse off dirt and grass from your feet before you dip in the pool to keep its water clean in between vacuums.
Attainable Sustainable shares the steps on how to make your own outdoor shower for you to enjoy all of its exciting benefits.

Paige Raymond
Paige Raymond
Raised in rural Montana and educated in Mechanical Engineering and Sustainable Development, Paige Raymond combines a practical mindset with a passion for self-reliance and sustainability. With expertise ranging from mechanical solutions and food preservation to emergency preparedness and renewable energy, Paige is a proud author with more than 5000 published articles.

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