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A member here recently posted an issue with their black water tank resulting in a mess at an unexpected location.  When thinking about what I would have done (besides feel mortified) I remembered I had installed a spray port on my camper last year. Spray ports and external showers are sold on Amazon and elsewhere. I installed mine to wash the bottom of our Kayak when away from other water sources. I have a dog and it is good for mud foot (and mud shoes) as well. I have an 87 Escaper with a kitchen in the rear. The plumbing is pex and fittings are readily available at many hardware stores. If you have some DIY plumbing experience the job is not particularly difficult other then squeezing yourself into tight spaces to cut existing plumbing and add the T fitting. I'm betting it would not be difficult on a rear bathroom camper either. IMG_20210930_112405898_HDR.jpg.0e7ad9a557caf8d123650b667a3310e9.jpgIMG_20210930_112351665_HDR.jpg.d58de1a59687f0c3ee28f09219023a7a.jpg

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