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Well, we finally installed an exterior shower in the travel trailer. With 4 kids we’ve had this on our list, be it at the bottom of our list, for a while now. We kept putting it off until a recent don incident bumped it WAY up the list.
After our last trip I cam home and scoured Amazon for exterior showers and went completely based on ratings and whether it had Prime shipping. I ended up ordering the Phoenix shower and had it at the house in two days. My initial impression is that it’s a cheap faucet in an OK enclosure…nothing special there. One thing to note is this shower didn’t include any mounting hardware.
As for the install, it went about as expected. Cut hole in siding, install enclosure, and connect to water lines. Here’s a list of tools and supplies I used for the install.
Phoenix Exterior Shower
1 1/4″ hex screws
ProFlex RV sealant
1/2″ faucet flex hose (2 of them)
1/2″ Shark Bite Tee (2 of them)
1/2″ PEX tubing
1/2″ barb to 1/2″ thread PEX fitting (2 of them)
1/2′ PEX crimps
PEX crimp tool
Pair of 7/8″ wrenches
Saber Saw with fine metal blade
Drill with hex bit and drill bit
Now that we have the shower available I think we’ll be using it more than we can imagine. There’s really no limit on the mess the kids have been able to make, so I think this is one of the additions that will really make life easier.
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