This article will help you install a shower head filter in your home. A shower head filter is designed to remove chlorine and other contaminants from the water that comes out of the showerhead.
A shower head filter is a simple device that can be easily installed by anyone. It attaches to the end of your existing showerhead, and you can select the color that matches your bathroom.
Step by step on how to install shower head filter
Step 1: Gather all the materials required, such as a wrench or pliers, Teflon tape, and a shower filter.
Step 2: Turn off the water supply to the shower head by turning off the valve on your home’s main water line.
Step 3: Unscrew the old shower head and remove it from its mounting bracket, using a wrench or pliers if necessary.
Step 4: Wrap the Teflon tap tightly around the thread
Step 5: Place the rubber O-ring on the inlet fitting of the shower filter
Step 6: Screw the shower filter on the shower arm tightly
Step 7: Screw the shower head on the filter outlet quickly
Step 8: Turn on the water supply and test out any leakage
Step 9: Let the water run through the filter for 5–10 minutes to flush out excess carbon particles from the filter.
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