The Shower Toga is a high-quality nylon garment that's been designed to enable you to shower or change your clothes in public without baring your naked body or your underwear. This sacklike garment is meant to fit everyone, but males and females can use it in different ways that will suit their differently shaped bodies. Plus, it'll double as a storage bag when you're not using it. It's machine washable, as long as you stick to the gentle cycle and use cold water.
The cost of Shower Toga is $34.95 plus $9.95 shipping, for a total price of $44.90.
Price is from As Seen on TV Commercial page: showertoga.com
To use your Shower Toga for the first time, simply pull it over your body as you would a strapless dress or a skirt while making sure the logo is at the bottom. Men should pull this garment up to their waists while women should pull it up just past their chest. It's best to pull it over your clothes instead of trying to pull it under, with the only exception being that you should slide it under your t-shirt (if you're wearing one).
Next, while still wearing your toga, pull off any clothes you're wearing by pulling them up over your head or down over your hips. The way you remove them will depend on exactly what pieces of clothing you have on. To help yourself do so, you can also reach through the toga's side pockets.
Once your clothes are off, slide your toga's strap around your neck like a halter and click both toggles (one on the front and the other on the back) closed. This strap will keep your toga on securely as you wash yourself off, so no accidentally nudity occurs.
If all you want to do is change your clothes, you can move on to the next step, but if you want to shower, grab any water source to rinse yourself off. This source could be a water bottle, a squirt gun or a sponge or washcloth that you've dunked in water. If you choose, you can also add soap to your body and shampoo to your hair, and then rinse yourself again.
To put either a new outfit or the one you were previously wearing on, slide the garments over or under your Shower Toga. Once again, what you do will depend on the type of garments you've selected. If you need to take the toga's neck strap off to put a particular piece of clothing on, that's fine. When you're done dressing, push your toga down to your feet and step out.
Each Shower Toga is made of high-quality nylon in a silver shade. Due to this high-quality fabric, each one will be unlikely to rip or pick up any sort of hole, so one may last you for years.
This nylon garment is roomy enough to fit virtually anyone, which means an entire family or group of friends might choose to share one on a camping trip or beach excursion. Bringing along just one Shower Toga will certainly save you room in the car in comparison to bringing along a toga for everyone.
Instead of being even a bit transparent, this toga is completely opaque. That means you'll be able to remain completely naked underneath yours when you need to, without running the risk that anyone will catch a glimpse of your body.
Every Shower Toga has three pockets: two side pockets and one smaller pocket for soap. The side pockets are there to help you reach into or out of your toga with your hands when you feel like it, which will likely speed up the dressing and undressing process for anyone. While the soap pocket has been added with the storage of a small bar of soap in mind, you can actually use this pocket to store any small object of your choice.
It's safe to wash a Shower Toga in your washing machine on a gentle cycle with cold water, so you won't have to hand-wash it or take it to a dry cleaner's when it's dirty. If it's not too filthy, though, you may choose to just wipe it down with a damp cloth or squirt it with some water to get rid of a bit of debris.
When you're not wearing your Shower Toga, you'll be able to transform it into a bag that you can use to carry clothing, food or other gear. To convert it into a bag, simply slide it off your body and make sure the toggle on one end is tightened as much as possible. Following that, add a handful of items to the bag and then tighten the other toggle to close it. You'll be able to use the toga's neck strap as a shoulder strap while you're traipsing along with your bag full of stuff.
After you've spent a day at the beach, you may not want to transfer a bunch of beach sand to your vehicle, but there may not be any shower facilities available at the beach. In these cases, your Shower Toga will come in handy since it'll allow you to rinse yourself off without getting into a sandy body of water again. Once you've rinsed yourself while covering your body with this toga for modesty, there'll be little chance that you'll bring any sand into your clean vehicle.
Athletes will likely find a Shower Toga useful after outdoor sports events, especially those that tend to cause a person to get covered in dirt or dust. Not only will you be able to wash that dirt or dust off yourself while you're under the toga, but you'll also be able to get rid of some of the sweat on your body. Water will bounce right off your toga, due to its nylon material, so you won't have to bring home a drenched toga in your car, either.
If you're at a campsite and you need to use coins to operate the showers, you may want to hang onto your coins and use this toga to help you wash your body off instead. Then you'll be able to use your coin stash for food, toiletries or any fun activities you happen to find nearby.
When you're using this toga as a bag, be sure that you don't overload it. Even though it's made of high-quality material, if you were to fill to too full, it could eventually break and become unusable. If your toga-bag is so full that things are spilling over the top and pushing against the nylon on the sides or bottom, then it's too full and some items need to be removed.
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