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Best way to shower and do laundry when you're homeless? I'm gonna be going rogue for a few months. Eating won't be a problem, and I already have a job.
at a laundromat?
Gym membership to planet fitness and the laundromat

Why planet fitness? Looks like there's only a 24 hours fitness near by
hoping you aren't actually this oblivious, but any gym with 24 hour access and a shower will do. it doesn't matter which company
Planet fitness gives away pizza and shit
Also bagels, at least where I live.
laundry mat is easy, and any late night place you can take a kinda bath.
A gym, bathhouse, hostel or hell just hang a bag from a tree, pour warm water in it and pop a few holes in it.
Laundromat or a hostel
My city offers free showers every day. If I don't make it there, I just wipe down with unscented baby wipes. Thinking about getting some nrno rinse camp soap from REI. Anyone every use that stuff?
Shower- just sponge bathe

Laundry- in a stream with soap from a McDonald's bathroom
Most people use a gym shower.
Sometimes I use a bucket and a sock as a scrubber, works well.
Then just dump remainder of bucket.
Drying thoroughly helps too.

Improvement on that is scrubbing with a sock with soap in it, and rinsing with a makeshift shower.
Screw a piece of plastic bag between the lid and body of a big plastic jar, fill a 2l bottle and put holes on the bottom.

Combing your hair is important if you don't use fancy soaps because stale oil builds up on your scalp.

Feet can be washed with wood ash, it kills bacteria.

Clothes are harder, I soak them in a plastic bag first then rub the bag
Sometimes I do it twice.
Then in a bag shaken with any kind of soap and leave it for 20 minutes.
Then rinse
Then leave in the sun, desu the sun kind of cleans things by itself

You can roll wet clothes in a dry towel to dry them faster if you worry about other people stealing your cloths

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