How to Clean Your hai Showerhead
Over time, mineral deposits, bacteria, and other debris can build up within your hai showerhead, affecting water flow, pressure, and even the quality of the water itself. But fret not! We’ve got some simple tips and tricks to make cleaning your hai a breeze.
How often should I clean my hai?
Great question! We recommend cleaning your hai every 6-8 weeks.
Tips and tricks for cleaning your hai showerhead
1. The Nozzle Flick
One technique to ensure your hai showerhead's peak performance is the nozzle flick method. With a simple flick of your fingertips, you can bring life back to your shower experience. To implement this technique, all you need to do is gently tap or flick the nozzles on your showerhead after each use. This dislodges any lingering mineral deposits and prevents them from accumulating over time. It's a quick and effortless way to maintain a consistent water flow and prevent blockages that could hamper the efficacy of your in-shower skin or hair routines.
2. The Vinegar and Baking Soda Method
Baking soda and vinegar – name a better shower cleaning duo.
Begin by mixing equal parts of white vinegar and water in a bowl – this concoction is your cleaning powerhouse. Dip a cloth or sponge into the vinegar-water blend and apply it directly to the showerhead, ensuring all nozzles and buildup-prone areas are covered. For extra cleaning prowess, craft a baking soda paste by blending baking soda with water, then apply it to the showerhead's residue-heavy spots. Gently scrub using a soft brush or old toothbrush. Allow the vinegar-baking soda magic to work its charm for 15-30 minutes. Afterward, rinse your showerhead with warm water.
Your hai showerhead cleaning checklist
Regularly wipe down your hai showerhead to avoid build-up and improve long-term performance.
Deep clean your shower head if you notice a change in water flow. Mineral deposits only get worse over time.
Stay away from harsh chemicals or abrasive tools to clean your shower head since they can scratch or damage its surface.
Run a fan during and after your showers to reduce mold and mildew growth in your bathroom.
For more on how to care for your showerhead, click here.