To take a stuck shower head off, protect the surface of the shower head, and use a wrench to loosen it. Corrosion that takes place along the threads can make the head stick in place, and if the shower head was installed too tightly, it may be stuck.Know More
Use painter's tape or masking tape to cover the surface of the shower head near the rear, or where it screws on to the pipe. Applying a wrench to the shower head can gouge the metal if there is no protection.
Turn the water off completely at the shower spigot. Do not turn the water off to the whole house, as water does not come through to the shower if the spigot is turned off, even if the head has been taken off.
Adjust a wrench so that it fits snugly on the outside of the shower head close to the point where it attaches to the pipe. Turn the wrench counterclockwise to loosen the head, and take it away as soon as the head begins to move. Finish unscrewing the head by hand.
If batteries have become corroded and stuck in a flashlight, they will need to be knocked loose with a hammer or removed with a drill. This will require care and caution.Full Answer >
A flare nut wrench is used to loosen or tighten nuts on the ends of pipes. It is also called a tube wrench or line wrench.Full Answer >
To replace a shower head, turn off the water, remove the old shower head, and install the new shower head after cleaning the pipe and applying thread seal tape. Performing this task requires a new shower head, a few soft rags, paper towels, a wrench, thread seal tape and a sturdy stool. The process takes around 15 minutes. Before starting, read all instructions included with the shower head, and make sure that the shower head is fully assembled.Full Answer >
A flouride shower filter is an attachment to a shower head that filters out and neutralizes fluoride and other chemicals commonly found in tap water. Many people are concerned about adverse side effects of bathing in fluoride.Full Answer >