Though the US Navy is surrounded by water, they lack water that is fresh. Therefore, they have to do everything they can to save water, and this includes taking a shower. The Navy shower is a great way to save water at home, and it will significantly reduce your water bill and help the environment.
The Steps for a Navy Shower
1. turn on the water
2. immediately wet the body
3. turn off the water
4. soap up and scrub
5. turn the water back on and rinse off the soap
A ten-minute shower takes as much as 230 L (60 US gallons) of water, while a navy shower usually takes as little as 11 L (3 US gallons); one person can save 56,000 L (15,000 US gallons) per year. That’s a lot of water to be saved.
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