Where to place your shower? (Please read the important CAUTIONS and WARNINGS below before choosing a location to place your shower.)
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Do not leave hose pressurized for extended periods of time. Turn off at source.
To reduce risk of injury, enter and exit the shower carefully.
Do not use harsh abrasives or solvents for cleaning your shower.
Place in area with proper drainage. Place on level, non-slip surface.
Do not hang on chrome tube or shower head.
Do not make any modifications other than those recommended by the manufacturer.
Please caution users of the shower to be aware that soaps and/or shampoo may make the base surface slippery.
Do not use with a hot/cold mixer as it may be difficult to control water temperature, and may result in a burn.
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test water temperature before use to avoid contact with water that may be too hot!
WARNING!
Do not use around electrical cords, outlets, or other power source. Not to be used
as a source for drinking water.

How to care and maintain your shower?

To properly clean the surface, wipe with a soft damp cloth, or sponge, using household soap
or liquid detergent.

During normal weathering, wood may crack slightly due to changes in the moisture. This does
not effect the structural integrity of your product. Apply teak oil as needed to maintain its
natural beauty. DO NOT use any cleaning products containing abrasives or solvents since these
could damage the surface. HARSH CHEMICALS SHOULD NOT BE USED ON THE SURFACE.

For extended life, store inside during winter. Burs or sharp edges may be lightly sanded
smooth. DO NOT use any wood sealer that could create a slippery surface.


How is Solar used?

A dark color garden hose may be attached to the shower for added solar heating. This
can create a short hot shower when done properly. (CAUTION: Always test the water
temperature before use to avoid contact with water that may be too hot!)


Trouble Shooting
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Water is leaking around fittings.
Insert rubber washer, or use a Teflon tape on threads.

Water does not flow when shower valve is turned on.
Turn water source on. Check that knob is installed right.

Base teeters from side to side.
Move to a flat level surface.

Water pressure is very low.
Increase pressure at water source valve.

Extension feels loose.
Tightened the base attachment screws.

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