By Cosette Roux. Showerheads. Published at Monday, June 11th, 2018 - 10:46:12 AM.
Most folks prefer not to start the day by taking a lackluster shower. Whether it’s because of poor pressure or low volume, replacing your shower head can help get you off to a clean start every morning. But before you run to the hardware store or start your bathroom remodel, consider these tips. Check the shower head's water pressure. Doug Johnson, owner of Tubs & More Decorative Plumbing Showroom in Sunrise, Florida, says most people who come to his showroom want larger, high-volume shower heads, but these require at least 55 pounds per square inch (psi) of water pressure.
Finish Material. The standard finish material is ceramic tile or natural stone, but you are not limited by these options. There are a full range of materials to choose from, especially for larger, custom-sized showers. You could opt for cultured marble, or a granite slab or marble slab shower. Alternatively, panels are available, or you could go the sheet metal route and use copper sheeting or a stainless steel covering. The only limiting factor in this regard is your budget.
Have you ever just stood in the rain? Taken the time to feel natural water fall gracefully onto your face? It feels amazing, giving a sense of tranquility & relaxation… but it isn’t very practical. Usually we are clothed and the feeling afterwards of standing in cold and wet clothing is anything but tranquil and relaxing. How can you find the pleasure of rainfall without the disadvantages? Introducing the rain shower head. Bring your very own raincloud to your bathroom and turn your average shower into a great shower. Imagine waking up each and every morning to your own personal hot rain shower. Let your sleepiness wash away and wake up feeling pampered and relaxed.
There are many corrosive products that are out there claiming to blast away calcium, lime and rust (catch my drift?) which I’d never allow in my house. Certainly, all you need to dissolve this build up is a good soaking in some plain white vinegar. The acids in vinegar naturally break down limescale and rust and allow your shower heads to work like new again. You can also use this trick for cleaning and unclogging faucets.
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