Perfect Shower Head for a Small Shower
Raise your hand if you have a small shower. Have you ever struggled to find the Perfect Shower Head for your tiny shower? I feel your pain. Recently I had to replace a worn out shower head in our bathroom and I struggled to find the perfect hand held shower head. But, this story has a happy ending, because I stumbled upon the perfect showerhead for a small shower that works beautifully in our not so beautiful shower. I warn you, the harvest gold tile you are about to see may sear your eyes. I warned you.
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I started by installing a Moen Twist Shower Head (that was given to me complimentary at Haven last year.) The problem reared its (shower) head immediately. The first morning, after installing the new showerhead, I turned on the water to take a shower, and realized this new showerhead wasn’t going to work. I stepped into the shower and got a face full of water, because the spray was too high no matter where I angled it. I could barely stand under the shower spray unless I was pressed flat against the opposite wall. I removed it and installed the showerhead into the boy’s bathroom tub shower and it was a better fit.
At the home improvement store, I studied all the showerheads like a crazy lady. I decided I needed to find one that didn’t sit in the shower arm at the bottom of the sprayer. I almost gave up until I saw the Moen Six Function Magnetic Showerhead. It looked promising. But, I had to admit, I was skeptical of the magnetic technology. I tested several magnetic faucets that didn’t have the strength to really grab a faucet sprayer without being exactly against the base.
After installing the new showerhead, I lifted the sprayer off the shower arm. It detached from the magnets with a firm tug.
As I moved the showerhead back toward the arm, the magnets pulled and reseated the sprayer firmly in place. I was surprised and pleased by the magnetic grip.
But, I was more interested to see how the spray pattern would measure up. With the water turned on full blast, I was pleased to see the spray didn’t hit the wall on the opposite side!
Here’s a good side-by-side comparison of the two spray heads (thanks to my wonky photoshop skills):
Overall, I’m very happy with the new Moen Six Function Magnetic Showerhead. It is the Perfect Shower Head for a tiny shower!
I’m curious how many of you have a tiny coffin-like shower? Let’s start a small shower support group so we can discuss the challenges of shaving your legs in confined spaces.
Disclosure: This is not a sponsored post or paid review. I purchased the showerhead with my own greenbacks. The first showerhead I installed was given to us in our swag bags at Haven last year.