I'm looking for a shower head that has to be held on manually
while bathing. Let go of the cord, the water stops. You can soap
up, pull the cord get clean. Any suggestions locating something
Just saw a nifty faucet on a Royal Caribbean cruise ship last week. One
knob controlled the temp, including a detent button to get to the really
hot water, and another to cut the water on/off. Maybe you can contact them?
Legitimate question there ya landlubber. At sea, unless you're on a
modern cruise ship, fresh water is a rather limited commodity; it must
be loaded prior to embarkation, and/or created underway by evaporators.
Either way the "makes-the-ship-go" machinery and cooking get first dibs.
So while showering, you get wet, secure the water (turn it off),
lather up, then rinse.
"The...United States attacking Iran is ridiculous. Having said that,
all options are on the table." G.W. Bush
Yeah, but I don't think he's on a ship. I think he's just trying to be a...
a... a... you know... "Californian."
Remember, you can burn Hydrogen in the presence of Oxygen and get "fresh"
water. All other water, including that in the designer bottles, is "used"
Sorry, just following this thread. Having been on a ship for years, I
remember those handheld POS's. Typically they would just drippble
out, cause the internial nozzle wore or was broken.
Man, nice flash back. From now on, it's hollywood showers for me,
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