How do you remove a stuck shower head?

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To remove a stock showerhead, you could use a lubricating agent. One good example would be WD-40. You can also remove it with a soft scrubber or with pliers.
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1. Decide whether you really need to remove your shower head. If your shower head has a slower flow compared to when you first bought it, perhaps you may not need to change it. With
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How to Remove a Stuck Shower Head
When a showerhead is stuck, it's usually hard to tell until the time comes to replace it. A showerhead that is fitted improperly will usually let you know the minute you turn it on by leaking or spraying water. Showerheads that have been in place for a... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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