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Recent Hygiene Supply/Device Reviews

Sea to Summit Pocket Shower

rated 3.5 of 5 stars Light and compact enough for backpacking. Best if you're hiking to a base camp and plan on spending a couple of nights. If you're thru-hiking, get clean in lakes and streams. If there are times in the backcountry when nothing but a warm shower will make you feel better, get the Sea to Summit Pocket Shower. Just keep in mind that if you want a HOT shower, you're going to need to heat some water on your stove and add it to what's already warm in the bag. I've had this shower for about the last… Full review

2Toms SportShield

rated 5 of 5 stars Blister and chafe protection in a roll-on dispenser—it worked for me! A couple of months ago I was looking into tapes for blister prevention (Leukoplast P was the highly-recommended one, BTW) and asked at my local hard-core runner store. The recommendation there was: "No tape; it just causes blisters at the tape margins eventually.... Instead, use Sport Shield - a roll-on silicone lubricant which dries on your skin." It seems to work to keep chafing from 'getting a grip' and starting problems. Full review

Sportslick

rated 4.5 of 5 stars A multi-use item that provides head-to-toe protection out on the trail. On my last backpacking trip a few of the folks I was with didn't carry any kind of sports-lubricant with them...relying mostly on (of all things) mole-skin to deal with the blisters that were forming in greater frequency and plaguing them for the last half of our trip. To be honest...this was a little surprising to me...as I consider proper (i.e. preventative) foot-care to be one of the most important skills to acquire for backpacking. Full review

Sea to Summit Pocket Shower

rated 4.5 of 5 stars For me this is a multi purpose item. I use it as dry bag, a shower and a "washing machine". As pointed out in another review the supplied cord isn't very good, so I replaced it with some extra guy line from Hilleberg I had lying about. As a dry bag it performs just as a dry bag should, it keeps dry stuff dry when hiking in wet weather, or keeps wet clothing from making other stuff in my pack wet. As a "washing machine" I just add water, some mild detergent, close the bag up and shake it for a few… Full review

Sea to Summit Pocket Shower

rated 4 of 5 stars This is a light, compact item to throw in the pack for the trail. It may not seem like much, but this shower goes further than you would think. I don't feel rushed when using it, the water comes out at a good pace, but doesn't overdo it. The control valve is nice, and can be set at different speeds. I don't know if I didn't let it sit in the sun enough or what, but I never had it be a warm shower. The water temp stays the same. In my experience, the cord that is provided is not good for the job… Full review

Ozark Trail Solar Shower

rated 2 of 5 stars I purchased a Solar Shower (5gal) water bag several years ago. I was only able to use it once. The plastic piece that holds the hose cracked. I then purchased another one, used it once and the same plastic piece that holds the hose cracked again. I had no other issues with this product. I will not be purchasing the product again. Full review

Coleman PVC Camp Shower

rated 5 of 5 stars Excellent product! Finally got to use this most excellent outdoor shower here at the Lamping Homestead Recreational Area. Some of the things I love about this particular product include it only takes about three hours of exposed sunlight to heat the water up to 120 degrees farenheight. Makes for a very warm shower. Plus it's very easy to use. Simply pull the "sprinkler" at the end of the hose and this is what controls the water flow. A nice stream of water flows through the same. Makes for a most… Full review

Top-Rated Hygiene Supplies and Devices

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user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Coleman PVC Camp Shower
$15 MSRP
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
2Toms SportShield
user rating: 4.5 of 5 (1)
Sportslick
user rating: 4 of 5 (3)
Sea to Summit Pocket Shower
$30
 
user rating: 2 of 5 (1)
Ozark Trail Solar Shower
discontinued
Seattle Sports PVC-Free Solar Shower
$22 - $27
Badger Sleep Balm
$6
REI Shower Kit
$20
BodyGlide Liquified Powder
$10
Coghlan's Toilet Paper
$3
 
Stearns Sun Shower 2.5
$20
 
Sea to Summit Trek & Travel Shampoo
$4
Liberty Mountain Toob Toothbrush
$5
REI Micro Shower Kit
$17
Coghlan's Soap Caddy
$3
Sea to Summit Travelling Light Hanging Toiletry Bag
$20 - $34
Advanced Elements Summer Shower 3 Gallon
$24
Advanced Elements Double Header Summer Shower 10 Gallon
$47
NEMO Helio Pressure Shower
$100
Coghlan's Razor Covers
$2
Coghlan's 3 Way Camp Mirror
$4
 
Coghlan's Toothbrush Covers
$2
Advanced Elements Summer Shower 2.5 Gallon
$19
Sea to Summit Clothesline
$9
Coghlan's Soap Holder
$2
BodyGlide Anti-Chafe
$6 - $15
Sea to Summit Trek & Travel Shaving Cream
$4
Sea to Summit Trek & Travel Hand Sanitizer
$4
Badger Foot Balm
$5 - $10
Seattle Sports Camp Shower
$15 - $29
 
Reliance Solar Spray Shower
$15
Advanced Elements Summer Shower 5 Gallon
$34
Coghlan's Toothbrush Holders
$3
Badger Healing Balm
$5 - $8
 
Kiss My Face Lavendar & Shea Butter
Seattle Sports Pocket Shower
$24 MSRP
MSR Packshower
$55 MSRP
 
Kiss My Face Whitening Toothpaste
 
MontBell O.D. Roll Paper Kit
Asics Chafe Free Endurance Gel
$7 MSRP
Platypus Shower Kit
discontinued
REI Deluxe Shower Kit
$25 MSRP
Advanced Elements Summer Shower Enclosure
$40 MSRP
 
Kiss My Face Anti-Stress Shower Gel
 
Coghlan's Laundry Reel
Seattle Sports Sun Shower
 
McNett Netline Travel Clothesline
discontinued
 
Coghlan's Clothes Clips
 
Kiss My Face Organic Foot Creme
Badger Winter Wonder Balm
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