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Pressurized Portable Shower Makes Dirt Be Gone On The Go

So many situations call for a portable shower: washing kids down after playing at the beach; hosing off your dog after she got into something stinky in the woods; cleaning your bike after a muddy mountain bike ride; rinsing off after a lunch run before going back to work; or maybe you just want to wash something while out camping.

The $80 RinseKit pressurized portable shower makes it super easy to get clean no matter where you are or who’s getting cleaned!


This portable shower is small enough that it can be stashed in any vehicle and used anywhere.

RinseKit is packed into a 14” tall x 17” wide x 12” deep container with a carrying handle.

Rinse Kit

The RinseKit pressurized portable shower comes with a 6’ long hose and hand-activated nozzle. Just 30 seconds, and the two gallon tank reaches full. What allows RinseKit to deliver the same amount of pressure as from a garden house? It stores the water pressure from a spigot when filling up. This means no pumping or batteries are required to get pressurized water.

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The RinseKit Field Fill Kit lets you fill water from anywhere.


If you have access to water – but not from a spigot with pressure – you can easily pressurize the water using a bike pump with the RinseKit Field Fill Kit.

Heat up your water on the spot using RinseKit’s heater.


Hot water that’s filled into RinseKit will stay warm for hours. If you need to warm up water on the spot, RinseKit has a battery-powered heat system that can heat water up to 100 degrees Fahrenheit. The rechargeable battery can be charged from the house or car. The Heater Kit is inserted into the drain plug to heat the water.

Choose from loads of accessories like a heater, bike pump adapter or remote filling bag.


The detachable lid can be used to stand on when while rinsing off. Or use it as a seat or cutting board with inch marks to measure fish. There’s enough space under the lid when it’s closed that small objects like a swimsuit, sunblock or flip flops can be stored inside the water bin.

The adjustable nozzle features 6 different settings.


Depending on which of the 6 settings on the nozzle is used, RinseKit can spray for over 5 minutes. That’s plenty of time to clean the crud off. RinseKit also comes with a sink adapter.

If there isn’t access to a spigot to fill the tank, use a regular faucet instead. The water reservoir can hold pressurized water for over a month in its tank.

And because the whole product is made of BPA-free materials it’s safe to drink from and use on cookware.

SEE ALSO: Here’s How To Install A Shower In Your Van And A Few Extra Ideas For Washing Up

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