Introduction: Luxurious Outdoor Shower - Part 4 [Door & Plumbing]

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This is the 4th and the last part of the Luxurious Outdoor Shower and in this instructable you'll see: How I made the "Door" and How I installed the "Plumbing".

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With a try square align the timbers in the corners. Also you can take a tape measure and check the length from the left side to be equal to the right side.

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Then I placed the next timber, hit it with a rubber mallet and nailed its edges.

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Repeated the same thing until the end.

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I placed a piece of wood, aligned it, marked it on each end and then cut it from both sides.

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With the same procedure, I placed 2 more pieces at the other corner too.

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Then I put a screw every 10cm on the pcs placed up and down and every 20cm on the pcs placed corner to corner.

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Because, I didn’t have a long enough post, I put a short one at the bottom and another one at the upper part for the door to stop.

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I placed the door using three hinges.

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Placed one latch on the outside and one on the inside.

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Then I painted the whole construction with teak oil.

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Now for the plumping, after I took the measurements, I cut all the pcs and put them together to see if everything fits right.

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Then I started to connect the pcs one by one.

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I put the water ball valve to the vise, then I took the brass part which connect the water ball valve with the copper tube and put the thread seal tape around it.

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I placed the copper tube cutter on the copper tube and I started to turn it around the copper tube until it was cut.

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Smooth the edges from inside and outside.

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Brushed the point I sanded with the solder paste for a Fast, Clean and Sure solder joint.

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Heat around the copper tube and then placed the solder without letting it touch the blowtorch.

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I painted it matt black for a more beautiful appearance.

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... and the water ball valves, in order to recognize hot and cold.

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I made two holes for the hot and the cold water to pass into the shower.

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I placed plastic clips for an easier and faster way.

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With a plastic pipe cutter I cut the pipes in the right dimensions.

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I also placed a stainless steel flexible shower hose, the wall mount, the handheld and finally the showerhead!

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Oh yeah it’s ready for a try!

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Thanks for reading & I hope you liked it!

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