What Makes This Good Stuff
As we all know, our little ones take far more baths than showers. How can we filter chemicals from bath water? It has always been difficult (impossible?) to filter their bath water. Bathtub faucets are not designed to accept any sort of filter system. This means that even if we have a shower filter, we still have to bathe our kids in unfiltered water!
Those days are over! This “Bath Ball” hangs on the bath faucet. It hooks over the pop-up shower knob. A friend of ours has one of those older type bath faucets that does not have one of those knobs, so she simply drapes a wet wash cloth over the faucet. The bath ball can then be used perfectly. Thanks, Colleen, for this tip!
The Bath Ball Filter removes chlorine, chloramines, VOC’s, THM’s, pesticides, sulfur, heavy metals, hydrogen sulfide (“rotten egg” odor), iron oxides (“rust water”), dirt, sediment and other odors….. and it’s pH balanced!!
The Bath Ball Filter gives you smoother, softer skin and hair that is less dry…and it leaves your tub and shower area will be cleaner too!
Please Note: The hardness of your water will determine the performance of the bath ball filter. Hard water has the ability to damage the coating on the chrome bath ball filter. If your water is hard, then we recommend the purchase of the white bath ball for durability against your water.
Bath Ball Chlorine Filter Specifications
- Housing material: ABS (inert) plastic, which is BPA free.
- Recommended flow rate: 4-5 gallons per minute.
- Replace filter cartridge after 12 to 18 months or 20,000 to 25,000 gallons of filtration.
- Choose from White or Chrome.
(Read more about why you should filter the water in your home.)