If you’re living in any sort of tiny house (whether that be an RV, boat, or shack) and you are having to re-fill your water supply an ultra low-flow shower head is a great investment.
Thanks to Evan and Gabby, we get to find out which one is the best.
It’s the one they chose for their tiny house on a trailer since their water heater only holds 7 gallons of water.
So it’s also a smart purchase to save on your water heating bill in addition to simply saving on the amount of water you use while taking a shower.
This shower head by Bricor only uses .55 of a gallon every minute. Yes, it’s pricey compared to the others on the market, but it’s hard to beat .55GPM.
Are you looking for a low-flow faucet as well? For your kitchen/bath? Check out this one, it uses .5 of a gallon per minute.
Here’s a video review of the Bricor B100 Ultra Max for you to check out. It actually seems to provide a nice amount of water pressure and there’s two different modes you can choose from.
If you want to order your own just visit Amazon.com using this link. You’ll also want to be sure to grab some TFE paste to seal right before installing. This will help prevent pressured spill.
If you also want a low flow faucet for kitchen/bath, take a look at this one.
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