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The water at my house is not the best and when I take a shower it smells chemicals and makes me itch. I rent the house so I can't really put a whole h...
You will need: (I got everything at Home Cheapo but you can get this stuff online or any hardware or home improvement store) (1) Whole House Filter (...
Remove your shower arm by unscrewing it out of the wall. You may need a pipe wrench (put a bunch of tape on it so you don't scratch it all up with the...
Get the reducer bushings and put teflon tape on them. Next screw them into filter body with wrench (get them tight).
Get the shower arm (with shower head on it) and put some teflon tape on the threads then screw it into the "OUT" side of the filter body. Now put som...
Pick a filter. I use a Household Sediment filter that is 5 to 15 microns.At Home Chepo you can get 2 packs of filters:15 to 30 microns for $ 7.99 ...
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