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Create a pleasant, rain-like shower "head". I have tried several different (and expensive!) shower heads, but none of them gave me the spread pattern and coverage I wanted. ...
You will need: 1/2 inch PVC pipe (12 to 24 inches) 1/2 inch PVC end cap 1/2 inch PVC end connection Shower hose (standard 1/2 inch connection) 1/8 ...
A length of about 12 to 15 inches is good. Remember, the longer you go, the less powerful the spray for the same water pressure.
You can use PVC pipe glue if the fit is not snug enough.
Do this in a straight line across the length of the pipe. Try to keep the drill perpendicular to the pipe.
Drill another row of holes about one inch apart and in between the previous ones, with the pipe turned about 1/4 inch. Again, keep the drill perpendicular to ...
Here I have a "double" shower head connection where I've attached two of these. With the knob you can choose one or the other, or both. Again, the ...
Remember to turn the holes towards the floor when you are done. Otherwise, you might get a face full of spray the next time you turn it on! ...
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