Tuesday, October 18, 2016

PowerSpa 8" Rainfall Showerhead with 12" Adjustable Extension Arm, Chrome

We moved into our home in December. The house was owned by a little old lady whose husband had passed away. Not only was the house neglected but her husband was a self proclaimed "handyman". We moved in to an assortment of wires all over the house. Apparently he had speakers everywhere (at least that is what it seemed like). The worst was the garage, where he had multiple T.V.'s.

Slowly we have been doing improvements to the home. We have been maintaining the yard, cleaning up the home, painting, and updating things. The two rooms I have been focusing on have been our bathrooms. We installed our cabinet over the toilet for extra space in the main bathroom. I installed a three tier pressure rod shelf system and a new shower head in our master bathroom.

After installing the one in my bathroom the main bathrooms shower head looked awful. It's one of those small shower heads that you can remove and use as a handheld one. It is old and yellowed and just looks yuck! As soon as I was given the opportunity to I chose to get rid of the old and put something new.

I was given the opportunity to try the Power Spa 8' Rainfall Shower Head. I have something similar in my bathroom and I absolutely love the style. I know it kind of sounds silly but, I did not want to have the same exact thing in my main bathroom. So, that is why I chose to use this one instead!

The whole process of installing the shower head was frustrating. Not because of the new one, but because of the old one. It took me FOREVER to get the darn thing off! Once I was able to finally get it off, getting the new one on was a breeze!

After I finally got the old one off. I had to assemble the new one. The new one came in a few parts. The long arm, the shower head, a ball and joint type thing so you can tilt and move the shower head slightly, and the "tape" to help make the seal water tight.

Once those two main pieces were attached all I had to do was tighten it on to the shower fixture. It honestly took me a moment because my husband was not around and I lacked a specific tool and some "man power", but I got it done. I could not be happier with this shower head. The waterfall feature feels so nice. I almost wish it was in my shower instead!


Pictures do not do this shower head justice either.

You can find this great shower head here.

Disclaimer: I am not affiliated with this company or any their employees. I received their shower head for the purpose to honestly give my opinion on the product. Other than the shower head, I did not receive any compensation for this review. Even though I did receive this product for free, the details in this review are 100% my thoughts and opinions.

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