We chose to change our RV shower head with an Oxygenics shower head. The first utilized something like 2.2 gallons for every moment of water and the water weight from the head felt more like a sprinkle than a shower.
The initial step to changing the shower head was to expel the hose from the fixture and after that evacuate the hose and Oxygenics shower head from the shower.
Next, I expelled the shower head mounting section from the divider and utilizing silicone I filled the openings in the divider. The new shower head mount is presently mounted to the divider utilizing the old screws.
The screws that were provided with the shower head we're too ache for my dividers and would have stood out the opposite side in the event that I'd utilize them. When mounted to the divider I ran a globule of silicone around the sides and best of the mounting section. The base was not silicone to permit any dampness or water that got behind the section to get away.
Next, I connected the Comfort controller otherwise called a water-sparing stream valve to the head of the shower and to one end of the hose. The opposite end of the hose was then joined to the spigot.
This undertaking should be possible in less than 10 minutes and will furnish you with a water Savings of roughly a quarter gallon for each moment alongside higher water weight from the shower head.