Furthering its commitment to water conservation efforts, WaterPik is partnering with Wyland Foundation's national Mayor's Challenge for Water Conservation in celebration of Earth Month, encouraging people to take the pledge to save water throughout April. I took the online pledge and committed to wash only full loads of laundry and to water my lawn before 8 am.
I received a Waterpik EcoFlower shower head for review. Using hubby's handy skills, he installed it and we've been taking showers with it ever since. Compared to our previous shower head, the water pressure isn't as forceful. Despite that, the pressure is enough to get us clean and I am happy knowing I will be potentially saving some money on my water bill. Made of chrome, the EcoFlow has a flexible five foot hose. I like the flexibility, making it convenient to hold the hose when I'm giving the dog a bath or washing hair dye out of my hair when bending over the tub.
Unlike regular showerheads, the Waterpik EcoFlow has five custom spray settings that can be picked by turning the spray selector located on the handle. The five settings are circular massage, full body, power spray, circular massage + mist, and misting spray. Everyone in the household has their favorite setting, with mine being circular massage + mist. With such a large household, it's nice having a shower head that conserves water and has different settings to please everyone.
One person will win a Waterpik EcoFlow Shower Head.
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