The Shower Filter

for Your Health and Beauty

When you take a shower and smell chlorine, do you ever wonder what effect it is having on you? Did you know that taking a hot relaxing shower is really toxic as heat converts chemicals into toxic gas? It is like drinking chlorinated water through the pores of your skin.

The steam we inhale while showering can contain up to 80 times the level of chemicals than tap water due to the fact that chlorine and most other contaminants vaporize much faster and at a lower temperature than water. Inhalation is a much more harmful means of exposure since the chlorine gas (chloroform) we inhale goes directly into our bloodstream. When we drink contaminated water the toxins are partially filtered out by our kidneys and digestive system.

Unlike other dechlorinating shower filters, the Eco Waterhouse Shower Filter is specifically engineered for efficiency and performance. In addition, the energizing minerals in this filter, such as tourmaline, far-infrared, and certified grade alkaline minerals, create a healthful atmosphere, filled with negative ions, and far infrared radiation. It will make your skin feel smoother and your hair silky soft.

Eco Waterhouse Shower Filter Is Formulated to Effectively Remove:

  • Chlorine
  • Chloramine
  • Fluoride
  • Heavy metals such as lead, mercury, nickel, chromium and other dissolved metals
  • It also controls scale, bacteria, and algae.

Easy Step by Step Installation Process

Step 1. Remove your existing showerhead from the shower pipe. This should just unscrew. It may be a little tight due to age. You may use an adjustable wrench to unthread the top half of the showerhead from the shower arm pipe.

Step 2. Wrap the enclosed Teflon tape tightly around the exposed pipe; this helps to seal the connection between the new shower filter and the pipe (to prevent water leaking).

Step 3. Remove your new shower filter from the box, and unscrew white cup from the clear housing.

Step 4. Attach new filter white filter cup to the shower pipe by screwing it around until it is tight and sitting upright as shown on the picture.

Step 5. Hold shower filter cartridge and clear housing to shower arm, carefully aligning the threads, and twist in a clockwise direction until hand tight. Pay close attention to thread alignment during this step. Cross threading the shower filter to the shower arm may damage the unit. Inside cartridge should be oriented with KDF media (gold powder media) upright.

Step 6. Reinstall existing/new shower head to the output side of the shower filter with hand held shower fixtures; it is recommended to install the bracket/diverter assembly directly to the front of the shower filter as well. Hand tighten the shower head to the shower filter using a clockwise twisting motion until firmly attached.

Note: Be sure to double check the condition and placement of the gasket that is included with your shower head. Worn or torn shower head gaskets may cause leaking and reduced overall water pressure and performance.

Pressurize Your New Shower Filter

Turn on water and let run for 1-2 minutes to fully pressurize the inside cartridge and filter housing. Check for leaks at the shower arm, cartridge attachment point and shower head attachment point. If leaks are found, turn off water and re-tighten problem areas. Hand tools may be used only at the shower head connection point. No more than an additional 1/2 turn with any hand tool is recommended.

Congratulations! Your brand new shower filter may be used and enjoyed immediately.

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