Washing Your Back

Any advice on the best way to wash your own back while showering? No spouse at this time.

Onesummer from CA

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January 28, 20070 found this helpful

A back brush? Or a back brush with a washcloth rubber banded around it.

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January 30, 20070 found this helpful

I use a bath brush from Wal-Mart. I think it actually states on the tag back shower brush or something similar. They are located where the body scrungies are. PS...I have a spouse and still use my brush :-)

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January 30, 20070 found this helpful

You could cut up an old towel into strips and use that, then just toss in the washer when you wash your other towels.

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January 31, 20070 found this helpful

I have a spouse but he has never washed my back. That is sort of a dilema as it is hard to reach all places on the back of your body. I've just always done the best I can. I did see this thing on TV called a SpinSpa.....it runs on batteries and has different attachments....a long handle for reaching every place on your body. You can use it with body wash. I don't know what it costs but I thought it looked neat and would be great for someone with limited mobility.

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January 31, 20070 found this helpful

LOL thats funny.......... yes a back brush - its a wooden handled thing with a scrunchy thing on the end. they also have these thingys that have like 2 loops with a scrunchy like long thing in between that you use with both hands - i like that one. Or... you could attach a scruffy brush or rug to the wall and do like the bears LOL! ........your spouse actually washed your back regularly? - consider yourself very fortunate! LOL

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January 31, 20070 found this helpful

Ok Girls

I know you're going to think this old Gr.Granny is crazy but I made myself one of the best back scrubbers you'll never find in a store.! I took the rubber shelf liners,cut one about 3 foot long and as wide as the green scruffies or pot and pan scrubbers for cleaning pots. [about 3 inches wide ]I sewed a line of scruffies[about 5 or 6 ] to the shelf liner until it was long enough to go across my back and on the ends I sewed it so it would have a cut out handle on both ends.now I just pour my shampoo or liquid soap on the scrubber and get it done.it feels soooo good I hate to get out of the shower.my hubbie wants to use it every night when he showers,so I guess I get to make him one to.it sure cleans your back and your feet.

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February 1, 20070 found this helpful

You can find the nylon puffs on a long handle at most of the dollar stores. They work well.

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February 2, 20070 found this helpful

First of all there are all kinds of scrubbies on sticks out there, but if you are wanting to be frugal: Soap up your washcloth, toss it over 1 shoulder, grab it under the opposite arm and scrub, then switch sides. Taught my kids to do this as soon as the were old enough to bathe themselves. Works like a champ.

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January 31, 20100 found this helpful

This is all good but once I scrub my back it needs some body lotion. Any suggestions for that one?

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