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Old 08-19-2013, 01:05 PM   #1
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What brand of shower fixture was used in the 07 Allure?

Can anyone tell me what brand of shower fixture was used in the 07 Allure? The shower head is beginning to clog due to the calcium in the water and I want to replace it. Thanks from Knob Creek.
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Old 08-19-2013, 01:07 PM   #2
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Normally, any one that you like a Home Depot or Lowe's will work fine.

I like Amazon.com: Oxygenic 26128 Body Spa 1 Function Handheld Shower Head Premium Kit with Comfort Control: 60-Inch Plastic Hose, Arm Mount, Plumber's Tape, 2.00 GPM, Chrome: Home Improvement

It does not have to be from an RV junk store.

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Old 08-19-2013, 01:49 PM   #3
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I'm hoping it is a Moen because they'll replace it for free. I just can't find any branding on the unit.
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If it is just clogged, take the shower head off and soak it over night in straight vinegar...just the cheapest plain vinegar you can find.

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Get some CLR and soak the shower head in it. CLR is safe to use and will remove all calcium buildup.
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Vinegar is cheaper and works as well.

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We have same coach (just got it in April) and I soaked the shower head in white vinegar and it cleaned up nicely.

However, DW really liked the Oxygenics shower head we had in our previous coach so that is what we now use.

You can certainly call Country Coach Corp in Junction City and they will sell you another ($$$$$$$$$$$$$$). As suggested, I would just go to Lowe's or HD and get one you like.
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Thanks for the posts. The vinegar wins.

smlranger.. I have #31543

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We have the Oxygenics shower head in the MH and one in the stick house. In the latest CW catalog they're on sale ($32.99) and I want to get one for the other shower in the stick house next.
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Little late on this one but I put one of the oxigenics with the large head the has different patterns in the mh. Man what a difference. I really recommend it. Got it at Lowe's with a shut off that I installed at the faucet like those that you find at the end of hoses. What a difference it had made.
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