Know basic information before buying one
As a starting point in choosing the right one, there are a couple of basic types. The first is a fixed head version, which is permanently mounted to a wall or ceiling and is adjustable to a degree to direct the jets of water. The second is a handheld type, this one is attached to a flexible hose so that it can be used by hand.
The two basic types then come in a wide variety of styles that control how the water is delivered. Massage shower heads have powerful water jets that can pummel aching muscles, while rainfall versions are large in size and provides wider spread of water that mimics standing in a refreshing fall of raindrops. Other styles available include LED lights, which add some colour to the jets, low-flow versions are designed to use less water, and waterfall versions provide an invigorating cascade of water.
Available in a number of materials, from plastic to a variety of metals such as chrome, nickel, and bronze, we also provide options to choose finish that matches the décor of a bathroom. Some of the brand names to consider include Sagittarius, Grohe, and Aquadart.
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We have displayed more than 500 products in this category, which are manufactured from top notch brands such as Crosswater, Aqualisa, Bristan, Grohe, and Hudson Reed. Our range also includes low and high pressure heads. Low Pressure ones are cheap in rate and consume less water and some of them comes with the complete kit.
Relieving the choked
A dysfunctional shower is as bad as a wrecked ship, the only difference being slow and sporadic movement in the case of the showerhead which is even more frustrating and cumbersome as we commit the unwanted crime of compromising with whatever is available and procrastination sets in just like the cake of limescale that refuses to clear and bleeds the force out of your shower.
Your unabashed compromise mode continues until the restrained stream turns into an irregular lifeless trickle and begins scoffing with every successive encounter raising red flags of the imminent threat forcing you to call a plumber to diagnose the problem only to find out that it was the limescale—water residue that collects over small periods and the onset exacerbates with hard water.
Depending on the level of adventure one seeks the affected party would either immediately call a plumber, which is wise for those not very handy with minor repair jobs, or get their hands dirty by disengaging the showerhead from the pipe and perform an internal vivisection of the inside parts. And there is also the option of using CLR liquid, a common house hold item used for removing lime, rust and calcium deposits, but there is a cheaper and a simpler method that goes with using vinegar where you don’t have to follow special instructions as with the CLR.
The vinegar method proposes the immersion of shower in vinegar for a period of 12 hours at least for the vinegar to dissolve the limescale deposit that held the pores hostage and had the showerhead paralyzed for so long. The immersion is easily achieved without the need for detaching it from its fixed position by tying a plastic bag filled with vinegar around the showerhead’s neck. Once the allotted duration is over, remove the vinegar bag, and turn the shower on to its maximum output, and watch the original stream-force fully restored.