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Glass sun baths are a cool and creative way to cool down during the hot summer months.
They’re cheap and easy to make, and they’re great for making a relaxing bath after a long day of driving.
But they’re not for everyone, as there are plenty of ingredients you need to keep the water cool and the tub empty.
Here’s how to make your own.
Ingredients for a glass sunbath 1 bottle of scented shampoo or conditioner (about 3 liters) 1 cup of cold water (about 15 liters or about 20 cups) 1 quart of hot water (around 5 liters, depending on your shower) 1 tablespoon of baking soda (about 1 tablespoon) Instructions For the shampoo or conditioning: Combine the shampoo and conditioner with a pinch of baking powder in a bowl.
Add the shampoo to the water, stir well, and let it sit for about 10 minutes.
Add a pinch or so of baking salt to the bowl, and stir well.
If it starts to bubble up a bit, add a splash of water, if it’s too cloudy or foggy, add another pinch of salt.
(If you have a glass shower, you can use the same method, but if not, you should keep an eye on it.)
Let sit for 30 minutes.
For the tub: Use a clean, dry towel and a glass bowl to make a shallow basin.
Add some hot water to the basin, and use a paper towel to cover the tub.
Pour in some hot and cold water, and mix it thoroughly.
Cover and let sit for 20 minutes.
After 30 minutes, remove the basin and towel, and set it on a paper or metal countertop.
Cover it with a lid to keep it cool, and pour hot and cool water into the tub for about 5 minutes.
Leave it to sit for another 10 minutes or so, and then use a plastic bottle cap or spray bottle to fill the tub with hot water.
This should keep the tub cold for an hour or so.
Add your hot water and bath salts to the tub, and shake well.
Let sit in the tub about 30 minutes before pouring the bath water into your tub.
Repeat this process until the bath is ready.
Make sure to rinse the tub thoroughly after each bath, and if you don’t have a tub, leave it in the bath for a few hours to allow it to soak up the bath salts.