How to Bathe at a Friend's House

Spending the night while there is school the next day? If for some reason you don't have running water and need to shower at your best friend or neighbors house? For any possible reason at all, and you need to bathe at another persons house, this article will help you.

Steps

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    Ask permission. You can't just waltz into someone's home and use their shower. Politely ask the person for a bath/shower and state the reason why you can't do it at your house. Say you'll bring your own necessities and say you just need the water
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    Pack necessities. So you mustn't bum your bud's. Be sure to have:
    • an extra change of clean clothes
    • shampoo
    • soap or body wash
    • towel &/or rag
    • deodorant
    • bag to carry it all in
    • other(conditioner, lotion, sponge, hair dryer, etc)
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    Do it when the time is right. Let all the other family members bathe before you, and be sure they don't need water for any reason, such as washing dishes or clothes. When they give permission, mind your manners, say thanks.
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    When taking the bath or shower don't take a long time, ten minutes at most, and don't use to much water. When you get out don't leave a mess of dripped water and, if you must, rinse out the tub.
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    If you have enough time and the residents don't mind, you can dry your hair, moisturize, apply deodorant, etc. Better yet it might be best to wait until you get home.
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    Put everything back into the bag and say thank you again for the permitted shower.

Tips

  • It's best if done at a relative's or close friend's house.
  • If you know you'll need to shower at a friends house beforehand, ask and pack beforehand.

Warnings

  • Clean up after yourself
  • Don't take too long
  • Don't use too much water

Article Info

Categories: Bathing