When I announced early that I was a Delta Ambassador, I had no idea that my job would be so easy. Installing a shower head is a simple, yet necessary task for every household. This is especially true of you are installing a Delta In2ition shower head. There two-in-one shower system features both a shower head and a handheld shower sprayer. This is great for a busy mom like me! The shower head is quick and easy to install. All you need to do is remove the old one and screw in the new one. Easy Peasy like the instructions below.
How To Install A Shower Head
Replacing a showerhead can be as easy as taking off the old showerhead and screwing on the new one. It is so easy, I detailed it out for you in step-by-step instructions below. Just remember a few tips.
- When removing your old shower head, make sure you do not use too much force. You can damage the plumbing in your walls.
- Use duct tape on the jaws of your pliers to protect the finish of your shower head.
- Don’t wrap the plumbers tape higher than the threads, if you do not want it to show.
Check out my video showing how easy the installation is
- The new shower head, which in my case is the Delta In2Ition. You can find out more at the Delta Faucet website.
- Adjustable wrench
- Duct tape to cover jaws of wrench and pliers
- Slip-joint pliers
- Remove the old shower head by hand in a counterclockwise direction
- If it is too stubbon, wrap the slip join pliers with duct tape and grip the shower arm with the pliers. Use an adjustable wrench to unscrew the old shower head.
- Remove the mineral deposits, old plumbing tape and rust on the threads.
- Wrap the threads with new plumbers tape in a clockwise direction 3 times.
- Press the tape into the grooves of the threads with your fingers.
- Follow the instructions of installation on your new shower head or if you are lucky enough to be installing a Delta In2ition shower head follow the steps below.
- Screw the new showerhead onto the shower arm in a clockwise direction and hand-tighten.
- Place the handheld shower head within the main shower head and attach all the hoses to the corresponding pieces.
- Turn on the water and check for leaks
- If you spring a leak, carefully tighten the shower head until the leaks stop or apply additional plumbers tape.
I participated in an Ambassador Program on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Delta Faucets. I received a product sample and promotional item as a thank you for participating.Do not forget to enter the rest of the current Sweepstakes