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Old 09-13-2016, 12:14 PM   #1
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New water saver

Now this looks like a REAL water saver.
Tap attachment promises more mist, less wasted water
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First thought i had............I wonder what kind of water pressure it needs to work and is my water pump going to provide that kind of pressure.
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It looks like a boondocker's dream. The shower head looks great too.
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Good idea but in reading it doesn't appear to be available just yet. It would surely cut down on water usage.
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First thought i had............I wonder what kind of water pressure it needs to work and is my water pump going to provide that kind of pressure.
If that is a problem this product will work
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Now this looks like a REAL water saver.
Tap attachment promises more mist, less wasted water
I sometimes look for interesting new ideas on Kickstarter. I saw this same item today as a project they are trying to crowd-fund. Here's the link.
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects...ewsDT1xSep1516

Estimated delivery date is listed as December 2016.

You can read more about it, and the different models, at the kickstarter link.
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There have been several health studies about the effect of using shower heads that generate "more misting vs less". There was a significant association with increased lung infections with a lot of mist in a shower.

I guess it is always a balancing act of staying "cleaner" vs "risk potential".
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