Using a shower cabin can vary slightly depending on the specific model, but here are some general steps that you can follow:
Turn on the water supply to the shower cabin. Depending on the shower cabin, this may involve turning a knob or lever, or pressing a button.
Adjust the water temperature to your liking. Most shower cabins have a temperature control dial or lever that allows you to adjust the water temperature. It's a good idea to start with the water temperature on the cooler side and gradually increase it to avoid getting scalded.
Step into the shower cabin and close the door. Make sure the door is securely closed to prevent water from escaping.
Turn on the showerhead. Depending on the shower cabin, this may involve turning a knob or pressing a button.
Use soap or shower gel to wash your body. Most shower cabins have a shelf or holder for your soap and other shower products.
Rinse off with the showerhead. Make sure to rinse thoroughly to remove all soap and shower gel.
Turn off the showerhead and the water supply to the shower cabin.
Step out of the shower cabin and dry off with a towel.
Some shower cabins may have additional features such as jets, steam settings, or built-in radio and speakers. Be sure to read the manufacturer's instructions for your specific shower cabin to learn how to use these features.