According to the U.S. Geological Survey the average shower uses 2 gallons of water per minute, and from there it depends on the length of your shower!
It depends on how long the shower runs. An average showerhead sprays seven to ten gallons of water per minute, so if you take a 15 minute shower, that’s somewhere between 105 and 150 gallons of water. Some more modern showerheads come equipped with water-saving technologies and spray less, closer to 3 gallons per minute. The attached link has some interesting information on the amount of water used in other routine activities, like flushing the toilet, watering the lawn or washing dishes.
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