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Earth Day Giveaway | Waterpik #EcoFlow Showerhead


Happy Earth Day! It’s important that we take care of our earth and our resources.

One way is to make sure we aren’t wasting water. Waterpik’s® EcoFlow® showerheads can make a big difference in your water usage. Save up to 1 gallon of water per minute and up to $100 annually with the EcoFlow® shower head. Using the OptiFlow® technology – which optimizes the flow through the water channels and nozzles – , EcoFlow® shower heads improve spray force to deliver an invigorating shower experience and up to a gallon of water savings per minute, over traditional shower heads!

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To further WaterPik’s water conservation efforts, WaterPik has partnered with Wyland Foundation’s national “Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation” in celebration of Earth Month, encouraging people to take the pledge to save water throughout April. Everybody should go to take the online pledge and see how you can help save water and other resources this year. It even calculates how much money it will save you, too!


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I really like the Waterpik EcoFlow showerheads. They are easy to install. The only problem I have is that I need a step-stool to reach where it attaches to the wally. The different spray settings (five on this one) are awesome and I can change them depending on how much pressure I want. It’s important to me that I don’t have to make the sacrifice of a nice refreshing shower…and I feel like I get wet! Because of the OptiFLOW® technology  that helps improve water force by up to 30%, I can conserve water and have a great shower that doesn’t leave my hair feeling soapy! I also like that the showerhead is detachable and has a long hose, so it I want, I can run into the shower and just rinse my feet or legs off if I want. The shower also has an option to pretty much turn the water off so you can lather yourself and save even more water.

Occasionally, the showerhead has leaked where the hose attaches to the head, but I think it’s just from taking it down, adjusting it and moving it. And, as soon as I tighten the hose, no more leaks.

You can check out Waterpik on their Facebook page.

Enter here and you can win your very own Waterpik Ecoflow showerhead (valued at $51.99).

I received a Waterpik EcoFlow shower head as part of a promotional program with MomSelect. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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  1. We save water in our home but not running the water while we brush our teeth and limiting how long we take showers.

  2. We installed a water timer on the hose to help stop watering the new trees at a certain time. Takes the guess work out of it, and saves LOTS of water!

  3. Tiffany Wong says:

    We try to turn the water off between dishes when washing, as well as when brushing teeth.

  4. I have a shower head addiction..LOL
    But on a serious note. Shower heads that work make me happy.

  5. Alex Liz Robinson says:

    We limit the shower time.

  6. Veronica R says:

    One thing I do to save water during the summer is to reuse the pool water from my kiddos little pool to water my garden.

  7. I have low flow toilets and turn on and off the water while brushing my teeth.

  8. We make sure to turn the water off during teeth brushing. We also only do laundry and dishes until its full

  9. We have made rain barrels to collect water outside and use less from the hose!

  10. Laura Jacobson says:

    I have a rain barrel and use the rain water to water the flowers, and we always turn off the water when we are brushing our teeth. When washing our clothes….I use a shorter cycle!

  11. We do not leave the water running while brushing our teeth.

  12. Turn off the water while brushing teeth.

  13. Nikole H. says:

    I always try to collect the running sink water when waiting for the water to heat up.

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