Do You Navy Shower?

There's some pipe maintenance going on in our building, so I only have cold water for the next two days. Normally I practise the spray, lather, rinse procedure when showering - as outlined in the clip below - but I never had a name for it. Now I do; it's called a 'Navy Shower'. Of course, not having hot water at all, I'm seriously motivated on the efficiency aspect of this subject at the moment!

Navy Shower Explained

 

If you understand the Navy Shower concept, and would like to prove it to the world and do your bit to encourage everyone to take Navy Showers, then feel free to send us a link to the evidence so we can post it here! (but remember, Celsias is a family website!). Below, you'll find the first person that's given evidence they understand the Navy Shower concept:

 

Someone that understands the Navy Shower concept

 

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