- four 6 feet by 1 inch pipes
- seven 3 feet by 1 inch pipes
- three 1 ½ foot by 1 inch pipes
- eight 1 inch 90 degree elbows with side outlets
- one 1 inch tee
- one garden hose to shower head adapter
- one low flow shower head with a shut-off nozzle
- two 12 feet x 6 feet (or bigger) shower curtains
- one zip tie
Step 01: Assemble the base by inserting four 3 feet pieces of pipe into four 90-degree elbows with side outlets to make a square. The remaining openings on each 90 degree elbow with side outlets should be facing up.
Step 02: Insert the 6 feet long pieces of pipe into the 90 degree elbows with side outlets so they stick up into the air
Step 03: Insert the remaining 90 degree elbows with side outlets on top of the 6 feet pipes
Step 04: Insert the remaining three feet pieces of pipe into the 90 degree elbows with side outlets that are at the top of the six foot pipes. This creates three sides of the top of the shower
Step 05: For the remain side of the shower, insert the 1 ½ foot pipes into the the 90 degree elbows with side outlets
Step 06: Connect the 1 ½ foot pipes to eachother using the 1 inch tee
Step 07: Insert the remaining 1 ½ foot pipe into the opening in the tee. The pipe should be pointing into the shower
Step 08: Attach the shower curtain to the top bar using the shower rings
Step 09: Attach the shower head to the hose using the adapter
Step 10: Zip tie the shower head to the pipe sticking into the center of the shower. Only zip tie the actual shower head to the pipe, so that if you need to detach the hose later, it will be easy to do so.
Step 11: HAPPY BATHING
TO AVOID OVER SATURATION, MOVE THE SHOWER TO ANOTHER LOCATION AFTER THREE MINUTES OF BATHING.