Filter for bath and shower

JamieMarch 6, 2012

I always install an RO filter for kitchen water, but have never done so for the bath.

For the bathroom, I'd like to reduce or eliminate chlorine.

I have looked at the shower-head and faucet-mounted chlorine filters, but we are installing a new bath, so I'd like to explore filters that are not visible or at least look planned and streamlined.

Can one install some kind of filter in the wall that services both the tub and the shower? What kind of setup do you have to use to avoid slowing or restricting the flow?

I would want to do this as close as possible to the tub, keeping the water chlorinated and clean in the risers so bacteria wouldn't have a big chance to build up.

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We bought a Blue Rhino whole house filter from Aquasana. Decided to bite the bullet and take care of the whole house all at once. It works very, very well.

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