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As a parent, how do you relax? Do you get massages, do yoga, workout, take warm baths, or do you enjoy the relaxing sensation of rain on your skin? Do you have a relaxing en suite in your home or are you wanting the make one but it just isn’t in the budget?
I can totally understand about not having it in the budget to create an oasis in our bathroom. And I have to be honest, time wise, it just isn’t in my schedule to relax and spend a lot of time in a relaxing tub bath.
When I heard about Pfister’s Polished Chrome 6″ Rain Cap, I was all ears!! For our review, we reviewed the Pfister Marielle G15-M95C Polished Chrome 6″ Rain Cap.
Of course I’m not the handiest person in the world when it comes to installing items, however, my husband took over this installation and had it changed out and installed within 10 minutes.
Bye-bye old shower head!
Now for installation:
The whole installation process took approximately 10 minutes at the most. The instructions were easy to read and understand.
The rain cap looks very nice and with the affordable price point, it will make a nice alternative to redoing your whole bathroom. I have to warn you though. Once you are done with the shower, you may be tempted to move on to a new faucet, towel bar holders and the list goes on!
Just a bit of caution. Once you turn the shower off, there will be a small continual stream of water coming out of the showerhead for a few minutes as the water drains out. My only wish of this product would be that you could turn up the pressure more.
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