Temporary Shower? Help

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catmando

Hi there,

We are going to have a new bathroom upstairs but I want to take my time and do a lot of the work myself such as taking tiles off, removing a wall etc.

I have a toilet and a handbasin downstairs but dont think my family could survive without a shower whilst this is being done.

Any suggestions for rigging up some kind of temporary shower? I have a spare bedroom and my existing shower comes straight off my central heating.

Any advice (other than wash in the sink!) would be appreciated.

Thanks in advance.
 
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do you have a bath you could rig up some shower/bath mixer to ?

I'm not sure your existing shower comes off your central heating !!

no easy answer. join a gym for a month and shower there ?
 
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i just done mine, but I moved the new shower to the other end of bath, was quite handy as I could fit the new one and tile half the bath area before removing the old one...had 2 showers at 1 point :p
 
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