Rainshow'r Shower Filters for a Chlorine Free Shower

Rainshow'r Shower Filters for a Chlorine Free Shower

Chris Tracey ·

Rainshowr Shower FiltersRainshow'r shower filters were among the first to address the burning need for efficient chlorine removal from bathing water. Chlorine, left unfiltered, has a harsh effect on your hair, dries and irritates your skin, and is absorbed harmfully into your bloodstream as you inhale the vapor in your shower, which contains clouds of released chlorine. The filters offered by this company generate a slight electric current in the stream which is enough to combine the chlorine with calcium and thus turn it into chloride, the molecules of which are too big to penetrate your skin

 The choice of Rainshow'r shower filters is fairly straightforward and simple. There is one main model – the Rainshow'r CQ-1000 – which comes in two variants. Both are wall-mounted shower heads with a cylindrical inline filter casing containing a replaceable filter cartridge. One version has a sleek, conical designer shower head attached, while the other has a plastic massaging shower head mounted to it.       

This shower head removes at least 90% of the free chlorine in your water, and has the capacity to continue filtering from 6 to 9 months for a typical  family of around four people. Exact length depends on how much particulate matter is in your water.    

The firm also produces the Rainshow'r Crystal Ball 3000 Bath Filter, a chlorine reducing bath ball for those who prefer soaking in a tub to showering. The bath ball is either hung in the stream underneath the faucet, or pulled through the water by the user, or both, enabling the KDF filaments inside to convert the chlorine to chloride.

How Rainshow'r shower filters work

Like other shower filter companies, Rainshow'r does not use carbon for its filters, which is a completely inadequate form of media for removing chlorine from the water. In fact, at the hot water temperatures people use in their showers, carbon filters tend to “dump” any contaminants they contain back into the water stream, making the water dirtier. Carbon filters are excellent for cleaning drinking water – which is put through the filter cold or cool – but do not work for chlorine. In fact, if you see a carbon only shower filter, it is recommended that you avoid it.       

Rainshow'r shower filters feature their own proprietary media, just as with Sprite filters – though Rainshow'r takes their own unique approach. Rainshow'r filters are based around a cartridge that contains a mix of atomized brass (KDF) granules, KDF filaments, and ground quartz, which provides a slight but very helpful piezoelectric current.      

 This firm was the pioneer that introduced KDF elements to the shower filtration world in the first place, and has worked to refine the media since. KDF is extremely dense, unlike carbon, and this density allows a large amount of highly effective media to be squeezed into a small space. Made of 50% zinc and 50% copper, which react with one another, these filters create an electric current. This modifies the chlorine so that it combines with calcium in the water to become harmless chloride.  

 The presence of quartz crystal enhances the electric field and makes the conversion of chlorine to chloride more efficient. Debris in the system accumulates in the filter and can block the electric current – so if there is a lot of silt in your water, the filter will give out in perhaps six or seven months, while if your water is fairly clean, Rainshow'r shower filters should serve you for up to 9 months before the cartridge needs to be changed. 

 Using subtle electrical fields rather than physical filtering to defeat chlorine in your water, Rainshow'r shower filters stand among the foremost of today's high tech filters – and will give you the supple, velvety skin and healthy hair that were denied you by unfiltered chlorine.

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