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Old 06-04-2011, 08:28 PM   #1
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Shaving your legs

My wife wants to know how to shave her legs in the RV shower/tub? She says the tub is to small or her legs are to long depending on your point of view.
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Old 06-04-2011, 08:39 PM   #2
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Your wife shaves her legs?
Hum, what am I doing wrong. (just kidding)
DW uses an electric shaver anywhere but in the RV bathroom.
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Old 06-04-2011, 09:18 PM   #3
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Think I will sit this one out in the ole recliner with my favorite drink.....entertainment is headed my way.
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Our shower has a cool little flip down seat which does the job. It works for washing my feet too!

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Do it for her, it can lead to some interesting conclusions!!
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Before our coach with its corner ledges, I used a plastic 1-step stepstool like this:

You could also get a folding one that's easy to store:

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Use the stool pictured above by placing it ouside the shower with her legs inside.
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She likes the stool idea. I think I have seen the folding one at Wal Mart and it might even fit inside the tub also!
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Will Redi- Whip double for shaving cream?
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My wife wants to know how to shave her legs in the RV shower/tub? She says the tub is to small or her legs are to long depending on your point of view.
Start with water, shaving cream, and a razor of sufficient sharpness to cut hair. Bend at the waist and use a downward stroke.

If you need more helpful hints, I'll be available.

I also like that part about you doing it for her.
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My wife wants to know how to shave her legs in the RV shower/tub? She says the tub is to small or her legs are to long depending on your point of view.

In order to determine if legs are to long or tub to small only way to determine this is with



Pictures we need pictures



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Well she's 5' 9" and her legs go all the way from the ground up to her !!!!!!! So the legs are the biggest problem, but the small tub doesn't help much. I wish that was all I had to worry about when we go camping! Sorry no pictures, I know better and I have to live with her.
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