5 Ways To Survive Sharing A Communal Bathroom In Your College Residence Hall
- Always Wear Flip-Flops. Giphy.
- Shower During Off-Hours. When I lived in a dorm, the peak time to take a shower was between 6:30 a.m. and 9 a.m.
- Do Your Part To Keep The Bathroom Clean.
- Buy A Robe.
- Keep It All In Perspective.
5 Ways To Survive Sharing A Communal Bathroom In Your
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How do college students deal with sharing a bathroom?
11 Dorm Bathroom Hacks To Utilize When You’re Sharing A Bathroom
- Invest In Some Serious Flip-Flops Or Shower Slippers.
- Take Your Own Toilet Paper.
- Wear A Towel Wrap.
- Use Toilet Seat Spray Before You Sit.
- Buy A Shower Caddy.
- Don’t Forget A Toiletry Bag.
- Purchase A Selection Of Different Towels.
- Keep Anti-Bacterial Hand Gel In Your Pocket.
What are community showers in college?
Dorm showers are a little nicer than camp showers, but while summer campers are children with few concerns about privacy and hygiene, college students are young adults. Standards are higher, and you need to know the unwritten “rules” of college showers.
How do you take showers in dorms?
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What I Didn’t Know About College Dorms: Showering in Community
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Do colleges have communal showers?
Etiquette for College Dorm Showers
Communal showers offer little in the way of privacy. Most students will go to the showers in a robe or a towel, strip off, shower and come back out in a towel or a robe to dry off and dress in their rooms. Limited shower space means that you may have to wait to shower.