[VIDEO] How to install a shower filter

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Good day folks, Rod from My Water Filter here today. What we're gonna do, is quickly demonstrate how easy it is to install a shower filter, alright? As you can see, we just got a normal, plain old Australian shower up on top of here. So we're gonna undo it. Now, I don't have too much respect for this one, because it's pretty old with rust. But if it was nice and new, or you're looking after your own home, I'd be putting a little bit of cloth around the fitting before I put myon, okay? And it'll just help you to hold it, to undo it. Once you've broken the lock, you're pretty okay. Alright, so off we come.


It'll likely take a few turns. Beautiful, and there we have it, alright. Might have a little bit of thread tape stuck up on here. Rip it off, clean it off, make sure it's nice and neat, alright. Same applies on the end. Make sure it's nice and neat on the end too. Alrighty? Bit of thread tape. Make sure you got no leak. Now just watch this one. I'm gonna wrap it on the way that the thread turns and locks, okay Very good. From there, we got our shower filter. Now it doesn't matter what brand you got. On our site you'll see if we have a whole range for you to choose from.


Just quickly; brand new, already comes with a cartridge inside of it, ready to go. So there's your cartridge inside our shower filter. Do it up tight; tight enough to seal. You wanna be able to get it undone when you change the cartridge inside, okay. So this is us, and we're gonna screw him on. Once again, don't go crazy on it alright. It's only gotta seal, and it's in the shower so if it did leak a little bit we can always tighten it up a touch later. But it's on there, and it's nice and ready to go. Once again, run some thread tape on. Depending on the quality and the thickness of your thread tape, that's what's gonna tell you how many winds of tape you want on there.


Good quality, thick stuff, thread until you've got a good seal, okay. That's on, and thence there goes our shower. Now with the two of these, you'll be able to work it out. Once again, don't over tighten it. We just want it nice. Nice and level, so the water flows out. And there you have it. So I know how bad the chlorine is out there, the backs of my ears get very itchy and irritated any time I've taken an unfiltered chlorinated shower.


So do yourself a favor and take care of your skin. And I look forward to catching up with ya. Have a good day.