You can clean a shower head with vinegar by filling a plastic sandwich bag with white distilled vinegar and tying it over the shower head. Leave the vinegar on the shower head for a few hours to remove residue. More » Home & Garden Cleaning

Common bathroom plumbing problems include blocked traps, clogged sinks and stopped up toilets. Weak water pressure emitting from the shower head is also a common bathroom plumbing problem. More » Home & Garden Home Maintenance Plumbing

To replace a shower head, turn off the water, remove the old shower head, and install the new shower head after cleaning the pipe and applying thread seal tape. Performing this task requires a new shower head, a few soft... More » Home & Garden Home Maintenance Plumbing

To repair a Delta shower head, unscrew the shower head from the arm, and remove the filter. Rinse the filter and the shower head with clean water, and then soak them in one part water to one part vinegar solution for sev... More »

Use an adjustable wrench to remove the shower head counterclockwise, place tape the threads of the shower arm and screw the new shower head into place clockwise. A pair of slip-joint pliers also used to grip the shower a... More » Home & Garden Home Maintenance Plumbing

To take a stuck shower head off, protect the surface of the shower head, and use a wrench to loosen it. Corrosion that takes place along the threads can make the head stick in place, and if the shower head was installed ... More » Home & Garden Appliances

Clean shower doors by scrubbing them with vinegar, and then spray bleach on any moldy areas. This procedure usually takes about 15 minutes. The required supplies are rubber cleaning gloves, white vinegar, a disposable co... More » Home & Garden Cleaning