Bath Ball Faucet & Filter

Item# 01-1169_01-0132

Easy-installation KDF filter for water that is 95% chlorine free

Bath Ball Faucet Filter

Item# 01-1169
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Bath Ball Replacement Filter

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No one wants to relax in a tub full of chlorine. Prevent this nasty chemical from negatively affecting your body chemistry by simply attaching the Bath Ball Faucet Filter under the tub faucet. Say goodbye to chlorine and it’s effects: brittle hair, dry skin, burning eyes and lungs. Water flows into openings in the top as the KDF filter media (a high-purity copper/zinc formulation) releases water that's 95% chlorine-free. You'll notice the difference in water quality with your first bath. 4" diameter. 3-4 GPM. Replace filter every 8-12 months. USA.

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  • Run 6-10 gallons of hot water to activate the first use of filter.
  • Replace filter annually
  • 4" diameter
  • 3-4 GPM flow rate
  • Filter lasts 8-12 months
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I purchased this filter for when bathing my son. I only use the filter about once a week and when I do use it I always see particles from the filter in the water. Is this normal? Is it ok/safe that the particles from the filter are in the water? I try to keep the filter wet when not in use as the instructions say, but doesn't always happen. It has also fallen a couple of times into the empty tub.
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The KDF filter inside is fragile when it is not wet. We recommend keeping your filter moist to prevent any particles from flaking off. If the filter is dry and falls off your faucet it is possible for particles to come out of the top of the filter.
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The Bath Ball Faucet & Filter will fit any standard faucet. It includes an adjustable strap for added stability.
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The copper-zinc (KDF) filter in the Bath Ball Faucet & Filter can reduce up to 98% of chlorine in your water but is not as effective with chloramines as they are more difficult to remove from the water.
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is it typical for people to use this in the sink, as opposed to just the tub? just curious b/c i would like my sink water to be chlorine-free :)
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You could certainly use it on a bathroom sink although I am not sure if any customers use it that way. If you're filtering multiple faucets in your house you might consider installing a whole house filtration system if you own your home. They connect to your main waterline filtering all the water you use. We no longer carry them but it might be your best option.
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