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Brass Shower FAQ

Brass outdoor shower

Welcome to our Brass Shower FAQ page! Here, you'll find answers to common questions about our range of brass showers. If you don't find what you're looking for, please feel free to contact us, our customer service team is always happy to help.  

Brass Shower Commonly Asked Questions

The benefits of using a brass shower include brasses durability, resistance to corrosion, and good heat transfer. Brass is a strong and long-lasting material that can withstand high water pressure and temperature, making it a good choice for shower plumbing. Brass also has natural antimicrobial properties, which can help reduce the growth of bacteria and other germs in the shower.

A brass shower can last for many years if properly maintained. Brass is a durable material that is resistant to corrosion, so a brass shower system can last for decades or even a lifetime with proper care and maintenance.

Yes, a brass shower can be installed in any type of home, provided that the plumbing system and water supply can accommodate the shower. Brass showers are becoming more popular and are available in a variety of styles and designs, so there is likely a brass shower system that will fit the needs of any home.

To clean a brass shower, it's best to use a soft cloth and a mild soap solution. Avoid using abrasive cleaners or scrubbing too hard, as these can scratch the brass and make it more susceptible to corrosion. After cleaning, rinse the shower thoroughly with water and dry it with a soft cloth to prevent water spots. We recommend reading out copper & brass care instructions, as the cleaning of brass varies based on the finish. Please see our finishes FAQ page for more information.

The maintenance requirements for a brass shower are minimal. If the shower is exposed to hard water, a water softener or a descaling solution can help prevent mineral buildup and maintain the quality of the brass.

Yes, brass is a safe material for drinking water. Brass has natural antimicrobial properties that can help prevent the growth of bacteria and other harmful substances in the water.

Brass showers are available in a variety of styles and designs to suit different aesthetic preferences. From traditional designs with exposed pipes to vintage designs, there is a brass shower system that will fit the style of any bathroom. Please see our brass shower collection for our range of brass showers.

Yes, a brass shower can be used with a water filtration system. Brass is a safe material for drinking water and can help to reduce the growth of bacteria and other harmful substances in the water. By installing a water filtration system in conjunction with a brass shower, it's possible to improve the quality of the shower water and provide a more comfortable and healthy shower experience.

While brass is a durable and long-lasting material, it's important to avoid the use of abrasive cleaners or harsh chemicals when cleaning a brass shower. Mild soap and water is typically sufficient to clean a brass shower, and specialized brass cleaners are also available for removing tarnish and restoring the shine of the brass. 


Cold showers can be beneficial for the respiratory system by clearing mucus and reducing congestion. Cold water exposure can also help to stimulate the immune system and reduce inflammation, which can promote overall respiratory health. Additionally, cold showers can also help to improve circulation and boost the immune system, which can promote overall health and wellness.

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