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How to find the right stainless steel shower hose
It’s easy to feel overwhelmed when shopping for a stainless steel shower hose: Which length is best? Could you please tell me what connections and finishes will match the existing bathroom faucets and showers? Here’s what fits, what works, and how these models differ. Choose a shower hose that meets drinking water standards when purchasing.
Convenient Stainless Steel Shower Hose: How Long?
Several factors affect the length of your shower hose: Are you showering in a tub or a shower? How do you shower? Do you stand or sit? How tall are you? Your shower bracket slides over you if you have a shower rod? Does your shower hose hang from a low-profile bathtub faucet or a high-profile thermostatic shower faucet? Does your water come directly out of the wall (as in a concealed installation system)? When judging length, you need to consider your personal bathroom setup.
Standard stainless steel shower hose length is
1.25 m: The perfect length for a bathtub so the hose doesn’t get in your way.
1.6 m: This size is perfect for a shower as it allows one to move freely and enjoy the experience more.
If you are showering (standing) in the bathtub, you have enough freedom to move around. In this way, you can still enjoy a generous shower height even if the faucet is installed lower.
What is the best material for a high-quality stainless steel shower hose?
High-quality materials make the shower hose long-lasting. Otherwise, they can kink, tear, have holes, or become porous, leading to leaks. Sparkling hoses are poor quality and waste water. Metal hoses once represented high quality, but today’s high-quality plastic hoses are also durable.
In addition to being gentler on your skin and bathroom ceramics, plastic is also easier to clean. Make sure the shower hose is described as “kink-proof” or “kink-proof.” This will prevent annoying water clogs and premature wear and tear. Do a “scratch test” in the store: How does the shower hose feel against your skin? Don’t use low-quality finishes or scraping materials!
You can clean your shower hose with any mild store-bought bathroom cleaner. Due to their lack of grooves, high-quality plastic hoses are easy to clean and hygienic.
The materials used in shower hoses should be harmless, sustainable, and recyclable.