Hydroblast is a showerhead that's been created with the aim of allowing users to clean out their bathtubs or showers with the same device they use to shower off their bodies. If you decide to obtain one of these showerheads, you'll have a choice of a chrome finish, a nickel finish, or a bronze finish. It's stated that once you have the showerhead in your possession, you'll be able to install it in your bathroom in minutes without using tools.
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To install your Hydroblast, you'll have to remove your existing showerhead and twist this new one onto the spout in a clockwise direction. This type of showerhead can be installed in a standard bathtub or a stand-alone shower stall. If you have difficulty twisting it onto your spout, consult your instruction manual for help.
Each showerhead comes with a wall bracket that you can use if you want to sit down in the shower or use your showerhead while you're sitting in the bath. It's not absolutely necessary that you install the wall bracket, but to do so, simply peel off its backing and stick it to your chosen place on your shower's wall. The best place for it is two or three feet below your shower's spout, positioned slightly to the left or the right of the spout. For optimum results, stick the adhesive to a wall that's completely clean and dry.
When you're looking at your showerhead, you'll notice there's a small navy blue switch on the back that will allow you to adjust the water pressure. Pushing it to the left will lower the pressure, and pushing it to the right will increase it. If you've never used this type of showerhead before, or you're bathing kids or pets, you should start with a low level of pressure.
Aside from letting you adjust the water pressure, this device will let you choose from eight specific shower settings, including a gentle mist, a pulsating massage, and powerful rain. Twist the bottom of the circular part of the showerhead to the right or left to cycle between settings until you find one you like. There's also a pause mode that lets you save water by turning the flow down to a trickle.
After you're done using your showerhead, turn your shower off the way you normally would and hang the showerhead from the spout or the lower wall bracket.
Some showerheads have been designed to suit only showers of a certain style or brand, but Hydroblast can be installed in virtually any shower or bathtub, regardless of its shape or size. The only thing required is a standard spout for you to attach the new showerhead to. Consequently, if you switch homes and want to bring this type of showerhead with you, chances are, you'll be able to install it in your new bathroom just as you did in the old one.
Each of these showerheads is outfitted with an antimicrobial nozzle made of materials that will fight against the growth of bacteria, mold, and mildew. Not only will this type of nozzle help prevent you and your household from passing germs around via the showerhead, but it'll also help you get an optimum amount of water pressure during each shower. It's unlikely that the showerhead's nozzle will ever be clogged with mold, mildew, or bacteria, so water should flow freely from it at all times.
The Hydroblast showerhead comes with a stainless steel hose that measures 72 inches (or six feet). You'll be able to use this hose to pull the showerhead off your shower's spout and clean otherwise hard-to-reach areas of your body. While you should always pull on it gently, the fact that it's made of stainless steel makes it likely to last for at least a few years before any breakage occurs.
This showerhead comes in three finishes, which include chrome, nickel, and bronze, so you can pick the finish you like the best or the one that best matches the rest of your bathroom's decor. No matter which one you choose, your showerhead will have a shiny metallic appearance.
When your shower or bathtub gets dirty, your Hydroblast showerhead will actually double as a cleaning device. The best settings to use when you want to clean your tub or shower are the wide fan spray (with low pressure) or the target point jet (with high pressure). To clean your shower from outside, just point your showerhead at the walls and floor instead of pointing it at your own body. The fan spray is ideal for cleaning not-so-stubborn debris off of larger areas, while the jet spray is better for cleaning very stubborn dirt from smaller areas.
This showerhead is an excellent one for seniors who are suffering from mobility issues or who simply get tired of standing up in the shower. By installing the wall bracket that's included with each one, you'll give yourself the option of sitting in the shower, cleaning yourself with the attached hose, and then hanging the showerhead in a low position. Non-seniors who want to sit down while bathing for any reason, without taking a full bath, can take advantage of this option, too.
If you need to bathe a pet, like a cat or a dog, or a small child who isn't good at effectively cleaning all areas of their skin, this showerhead will assist you. Make sure you set the head to a lower pressure level before you start, though, since a pet or child may not be able to tolerate a high level of pressure. Once the child or pet is in the shower or tub, you can use the showerhead's hose to ensure that every part of their body is washed.
Parents who have more than one child who needs to shower in the morning before school should show their children how to use the pause mode on this showerhead. Each child can turn the head to pause mode while soaping or shampooing themselves, and this should conserve hot water so the last child who gets in doesn't end up with a cold shower.
Besides the shower, if your shower is close enough to your other bathroom fixtures, you may want to use your Hydroblast to clean some of them. You could set it on a low level of water pressure and use the fan spray to clean out your toilet or sink. Don't use a high level of pressure to clean things outside your shower, though, or you'll likely end up with tons of water on your bathroom floor.
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