ShowerStick Shower Water Softener

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  • Comes with all the necessary hardware to hook up to your 1/2″ NPT universal shower head wall pipe
  • The ShowerStick body is made of durable 3” Schedule 40 PVC pipe
  • Dimensions of ShowerStick body: 4″ diameter (with end caps) x 18″ length
  • Fully assembled length from shower pipe to bottom of hose loop is 37″ and 21″ to bottom of ShowerStick body (42″ and 26″ with KDF filter installed) The shower head adds 8″ height from the shower pipe bottom tip
  • Weight of ShowerStick when full of water with all additional parts is approximately 7.5 pounds
  • The lifespan of the resin is up to 10 years if it’s regenerated as needed and is protected from chlorine if present. Otherwise, the lifespan may be shorter.
  • 1.8 GPM continuous flow


  • ShowerStick true water softener PVC body with softening resin inside
  • Handheld shower head and hose
  • Shower arm mount with Angle Connector attached
  • Hard water test kit
  • Regeneration port opening for easy regeneration of the resin
  • Plumber’s Thread Seal Tape
  • 2 red air plugs to seal off the ends when stored or not in use

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  1. Jennifer


    I wanted to let you know that I am so happy with this purchase. I’ve been using the Waterstick for 2 months and it is saving my hair! I have lived in the Northern Virginia/DC metro area for over a decade. I have always had difficulty with my hair drying out, breaking, and looking dull. After several years in this area of horribly damaged hair, I realized that the culprit was the water. It is so hard and chemically treated, and it was ruining my hair. I had always had long, soft, shiny hair growing up and into young adulthood, and I craved to have that back. A few months ago I started researching for a solution to the area’s hard water problem. I know that houses can have water softeners, but living in the city means that I am confined to small apartment living, which means no water softener for me. And then I came across Watersticks – the portable water softener that is perfect for apartment living. I immediately ordered it and have been so happy ever since installing it. The directions for assembling and installing the Waterstick are very easy. I am not handy at all, but was able to do it in about 15-20 minutes. From the first usage I could feel a difference on my hair and skin. Regenerating is easy, and I tend to do it frequently (every 4 showers) because I try to maintain a zero hard water flow. I take long showers (15 or so minutes), and I have very strong water pressure (so a lot of soft water is pushed through rapidly). I am now ordering the flow control valve to help the soft water last longer. But even still, this is the best purchase for my hair. Thank you, Watersticks!

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  2. Laura


    I don’t even know where to begin. A year ago, I was consistently complaining about my eyes being dry. They were constantly itchy and I could hardly get any work done on my computer because I could hardly keep my eyes open. First I thought it was my eyes. Then I though it was the weather. Then things got worse. I noticed my hair never looked clean despite showering every single morning. It would look dirty immediately after drying. In addition to my eyes being always dried out and my hair looking nasty, my leg skin looked like an albino alligator and my forehead/eyebrows were so dry even after putting lotion on throughout the day. One day, I had a mental breakdown. I was crying and flipping out about the issues I was facing. I was doing research when someone mentioned similar symptoms as I was having and it was all caused by their hard water. I knew my water was hard because the white grime left all over EVERYTHING. I read a million reviews online for different products that try and mimic water softener systems but none of them did anything about the calcium. FINALLY I came across the waterstick. At first, I was worried about the price. After another bout of crying, I decided to take my chances. I’m so grateful I did. My husband and I could immediately tell the difference and now when the stick needs to be regenerated we can immediately tell. Unfortunately, we have to regenerate pretty often but it’s two minutes of my time that I am totally willing to spare to never feel the way I did a year ago. Since then, we have moved into a new apartment that also has hard water. I’m so grateful to have the waterstick. We didn’t install the stick in the new apartment for a month to determine how bad the water was. What a terrible decision. It took less than a month for my eyes to itch and skin to ache without the waterstick. I can never ever be able to explain how thankful I am to have the waterstick. Thank you so much for making this amazing product and having all the parts needed to keep this product running strong for a very very very long time. This is an investment I’ll never forget.

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  3. Dawn


    I had my shower stick sitting around my living room for a couple weeks dreading the installation. Silly me. All parts present and in perfect condition. Instructions simple to follow and written in layman’s English. Fifteen minutes to assemble (five of which were finding a wrench in the dark to take off the old shower head). Ran the water through to flush while testing for hardness. At twenty minutes I was in the shower enjoying the nicest shower I’ve had in years! Used half the shampoo I normally do and didn’t need lotion. Bought the giant box of salt from the warehouse club – recharge will cost about 15 cents per week. Sturdy, well built product, fast service, reduced the hardness of my shower from 20 grains to none (I live in the PA mountains). Thanks and regards!

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