Home Depot sells a very small water saving shower head that provides a
strong spray of water. Unscrew the old shower head, wrap the threads
of the pipe with teflon tape and screw on the new shower head.
All of them are super-easy to install. As Lena said, be sure to have teflon
tape to apply to the threads. You're supposed to wrap a layer of the tape
around the threads, in the direction that the shower head will be
tightened - clockwise, in other words.
Buy a spray wand type! and not a DELTA! their regular faucets are great
but their wand showerhead is a pile of crap:(
The wand type cost just a few bucks more but is highly adjustable and
best of all makes cleaning shower tub a snap!
Its the best cheap thing I bought just based on the convenience of
clean up! No more cups of water tossed on the tile:)
For a stronger feeling just remove the flow restrictor it pulls out
easy. you will use more water but get a much better shower feeling if
you want the needly type!
dont forget the teflon tape
Yes,I have the no-valve version.
I enlarged every other hole in the disc by a very small amount and it gives
a better shower,some needle spray and some coarser.(my preference)
I don't even run the faucet at full output.
But it's not a designer showerhead. ;-)
I forgot to add;the thing I like the best about "The Head" is that the
water comes out in a narrow cone,and thus spreads less and more of the
water goes on my BODY instead of the walls and shower curtain like a
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