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This table shows the typical amount of water used for everyday activities as per the U.S. Geological Survey. You can visit their site by clicking the link below the table.
|Bath||A full tub is about 36 gallons.|
|Shower||2-2.5 gallons per minute. Old shower heads use as much as 4 gallons per minute.|
|Teeth brushing||<1 gallon, especially if water is turned off while brushing. Newer bath faucets use about 1 gallon per minute, whereas older models use over 2 gallons.|
|Hands/face washing||1 gallon|
|Face/leg shaving||1 gallon|
|Dishwasher||20 gallons/load, depending of efficiency of dishwasher|
|Dishwashing by hand:||4 gallons/minute for old faucets.. Newer kitchen faucets use about 1-2 gallons per minutes.|
|Clothes washer||25 gallons/load for newer washers. Older models use about 40 gallons per load.|
|Toilet flush||3 gallons for older models. Most all new toilets use 1.2-1.6 gallons per flush.|
|Glasses of water drunk||8 oz. per glass|
|Outdoor watering||2 gallons per minute|