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shower my peoples...



So...problem.

My new shower head comes up to about my shoulders (I am 6'5). Which means to take a shower I have to sort of limbo underneath.

I've never bought a shower head. But this one looks purty. And I think it adjusts in all directions. So if I want to swivel it up above the toilet, I can.

I just want there to be a deliver and install option.

Because I've yet to take the Home Depot Showerhead Installation clinic.

But I will.

But probably not.
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