I've wanted to have a camp shower in my gear for some time, but I felt many commercially available products were expensive and cheap in construction. So I set out to design a shower that would be affordable, easily made with off the shelf parts, and durable.
Step 1: Gather your parts and tools
For this instructable you'll need the following parts:
1. 1/2" hose barb adapter
2. 1/2" hose barb tee
3. 1/2" cap
4. 1/2" plug/stopper
5. 1/2" ID clear tubing (5ft)
5. rope (2 feet)
6. metal wire (for hooks)
7. peanut butter jar or other suitable sealed container
8. teflon tape
9. epoxy or silicone
Items 5-10 I already had in the shop so I can't say how much they cost, as for items 1-5 these priced out at $8.94 (at the date of publication) before taxes at the local national home center.
For tools you'll need a drill and bits (a dremel tool would work fine too), a knife or good scissors, and some pliers.