Review of shower head with Jolie filter after 3 months of testing
Speaking of setup, let’s break down everything you need to know about how to install a Jolie Filtered Shower Head. First things first: I’m not a plumber (I know, shocking). The fear of installation made me seek help (from a friend who is also not a plumber), but in reality I could have done it completely myself.
To install the Jolie, you simply unscrew your existing shower head (put it somewhere safe if you’re a renter!) and follow the brand’s instructions carefully. The only tools you’ll need are a wrench and plumber’s tape, which are neatly included in the box.
The entire installation process took less than 10 minutes, and the hardest part was screwing the shower head on tight enough to prevent leaks. This is where plumbing tape and a wrench come into play. Hint: You’ll use more duct tape than you might first think.
Once you’ve securely bolted Jolie, you’re home free. Until you need to replace the filter in three months, of course. Tip: Sign up for a subscription to receive filters every 90 days (this way you’ll also save money on the initial purchase).