A Tank System on the Ground
Outdoor solar shower is the great idea because it is economical and relatively easy to maintain which will be the great source of power in your outdoor shower area. Place a cylinder or large tank on the floor, paint it black to absorb heat from the sun and connect a tube with a sprinkler head at the top, and cold water supply (which may even be a garden hose) at the bottom. When the cold water supply is turned on, the water pressure will push the warm water through the upper shower.
On the Ceiling
A tank or cylinder mounted on top of a outdoor solar shower cabin outside or an adjacent roof. Cold water is supplied to a connection in the bottom of the tank and a tube with a sprinkler head connected to the top of the cylinder. The cylinder is painted in black. As with the previous project, no moving parts are required, since the home pressure cold water supply is sufficient to force water out through the sprinkler head.
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A Coiled Hose Manifold
Roll a long garden hose into a spiral, using strips of wood or metal handles plumber to keep the hose attached. This can be mounted above the structure of a outdoor solar shower, with one end connected to a supply of cold water and a shower head or something similar to a sprinkler at the other end.