Bath and Garden
But why should we stop there when it comes to better water? You use water for more than just drinking, and more than just cooking. You use water for showering, for bathing, for watering your plants, for washing and feeding your pets.
Don’t your skin, your hair, your plants, and your pets deserve better water?Well, it’s a good thing we’re Multipure, because we have you covered there, as well.
You want cleaner water in your shower? Check out our Aquashower shower filter.
You want cleaner water in your bath? Give our Aquasplash bath ball a try.
You want cleaner water from your garden hose? Hook your hose up to our Aquagrow, and it’s better water across the yard.
So you might ask, “Multipure, you tell me you have all these separate home water filter products, but what if I just want one big thing – one home water filtration product to cover my entire house?”And we’d look you in the eye and give you a comforting nod of affirmation, because we got your back. You want better water from every faucet? You want a water filter for home – for all of it? Take a gander at our Aquasource whole-house system, and bask in its amazing awesomeness, because this stainless steel beauty offers you cleaner water throughout your home. Every faucet, every spigot, every pipe in the house.
Why Do You Need Better Water in the Shower and Bath?
Some people might question why you need a filter in the shower and bath. Everyone kind of, sort of gets that they shouldn’t be drinking things like lead, or arsenic, or pesticides, or bacteria and viruses. By now, it’s fairly common knowledge that those things are bad for your body, and water filtration for homes make sense to make sure those things aren’t in your drinking water. But not as many people realize that even relatively safe, contaminant-free water in your shower and bath may not be great for you.
Here’s a quick science fact: most towns and cities add chlorine to the water supply before it gets pumped out to all the homes and businesses in the area. This gets rid of most of the bacteria, viruses, and parasites that could be hanging out in the water, making it safe to use.
Sometimes, the water can pick up contaminants on the way to the house, but for now, let’s work on the assumption that the water is safe, but it’s got chlorine in there – something that people can pick up by taste or smell, depending on the concentration and how sensitive their senses are.
Unfortunately for you, chlorine does have an effect on your skin and hair when you’re taking a shower or bath. Granted, it’s not like you’re going to come out of the shower with bleached-blonde hair all of a sudden, but yes, the same chemicals used in bleach are the ones used in your tap water, just maybe not to that degree (unless something is seriously wrong at the water treatment plant).
So how does the chlorine in your shower and bath water affect you?
- It dries out your skin, which is bad if you already suffer from dry, cracked skin.
- It causes fading in color-treated hair, undoing some of the time, money, and effort put into colored hair.
- It worsens skin conditions like eczema, causing inflammation or irritation.
Think about this: When you go swimming in a chlorinated swimming pool, what do they tell you to do when you’re done swimming? Rinse off in the shower. Why? To get rid of all the chlorinated pool water you’re covered in, protecting your skin and hair.
How Do Multipure Bath Products Help?
Multipure’s home water filtration products for the bath – the Aquashower and Aquasplash – help by filtering the chlorine out of the water. They combine proprietary filter materials with crystalline quartz to give you cleaner, healthier water to wash with, and to enhance your overall showering and bathing experience.
With an Aquashower hooked up to your showerhead, or an Aquasplash swirled through your bath water, you end up with fresh, clear, spa-experience water, leaving you with:
- Healthier, younger-looking skin
- Softer, more manageable hair
- Relief from dry skin and scalp
Why Do You Need Better Water For Your Garden?
Just like chlorine in water affects your skin and hair, so can chlorine in water affect the life in your garden. For one, you have all those plants that rely on clean water to grow and thrive; they deserve cleaner, healthier water. For another, your garden is more than just plants. Your garden is the soil, the beneficial insects, and even the microbial life in that soil – all of that can be affected by the water. Your garden is a delicate mini-ecosystem of its own, and cleaner, chlorine-free water with Multipure’s Aquagrow garden filter helps maintain that ecosystem.
You Mentioned Something about Pets?
The skin, fur, and/or hair of your dogs and cats can also suffer from the effects of chlorine. So when it’s time for their bath, a quick swirl of an Aquasplash, or an Aquagrow connected to your garden hose, can help ensure that they’re getting washed with water that’s healthier for them. Your furry, four-legged friends deserve the protection offered by a Multipure Bath & Garden home water filtration product.
So What’s This about Whole-House Filtration?
Let’s say your have a lot of showers in use, and you don’t want to get a separate Aquashower for each one. Or you have a lot of bathtubs in use, and you don’t want to move the Aquasplash each time for each bathtub. Or you’d prefer that every faucet, indoor and outdoor, have the same cleaner, chlorine-free water as our other Bath & Garden products. That’s what Multipure’s Aquasource is for.
The Aquasource is a serious piece of steel, designed to withstand the high pressure water coming into the house, before that water even hits your water heater and/or water softener. It uses a proprietary triple-array of Multipure filters to clean up your water while maintaining the high pressure needed to ensure every faucet still maintains good water flow.
What’s great about the Aquasource – aside from the fact that it affects every faucet in your house – is that it’s customizable for your needs; not every town uses chlorine (chloramine is gaining ground as a disinfection alternative in some areas), and some people might need a little extra to treat limescale buildup problems in their plumbing.
Check out the different configurations we offer:
- Chlorine reduction
- Chloramine reduction
- Chlorine reduction + Limescale reduction
- Chloramine reduction + Limescale reduction