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Old 04-15-2019, 08:06 AM   #21
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We mostly boondock so would not live with a dribbling showerhead while we soap up for our "sailor showers". Planning on finding a low flow shower wand (not oxy mentioned here) and already have a spare hose shut off valve if it does not have one.

Now, can anyone tell me why the factories put in a nice hose, but then put it through a ring mounted to the wall up high so you cant stretch it out? I cut a 1/4" section out in both my trailers so that the ring is now just a hook. You can now actually move the showerhead around the shower, and still stows for travel nicely.

Originally Posted by BulletOwner1 View Post
Now if I could just get rid of the brass framed shower panels .
Just a thought, It would take a bit of work for prep and masking off the shower but should be easy enough to paint to a finish you like. There are even some nice metallic paints available now and would likely stand up to the shower environment.

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Old 04-15-2019, 09:21 AM   #22
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We’ve used the regular Oxygenics head for over a year, and it beats the oem hands down. I don’t know how much water it saves, but the output is robust enough that you can actually rinse off under a decent pressure and spray pattern (and it doesn’t take long). The oem head had poor pressure, poor pattern, and was a real pain to try and get all the soap off. There may be better RV shower heads available, but we’ll stick with our Oxygenics.

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