Patent-Pending Invention Could Save Millions Of Gallons Of Water A Day For Hard Hit Drought Regions

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A Cleveland Ohio inventor upset over the increase in his utility bills, develops a self-closing water and energy saving shower head that could save millions of gallons of water daily for major drought hit areas.

A Cleveland Ohio inventor upset over the increase in his utility bills, develops a self-closing water and energy saving shower head that could save millions of gallons of water daily for major drought hit areas.

Record breaking droughts have devastated fresh water supplies across the Midwest and Southeastern States. City officials are calling on residents to conserve water and energy by cutting back on the length of their showers. They're also asking residents not to sing while showering - or at least sing a shorter song.

This new self-closing pull chain shower head has been described by one California reporter as a "flow as you need it shower head… one of those products that truly makes so much sense it should have been invented eons ago."

The innovative shower head called the "It Makes Sense Shower Head," meets government requirements imposed on all shower heads manufactured and sold in this country since 1992, and has been approved by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI).

The flow rate of this inventive self-closing shower head goes from 0.5 gallon per minute (gpm), to a powerful 2.5 gpm full-body spray, simply by pulling the chain a little more or less. It is estimated to save up to 88% on water and energy, out performing today's low flow shower heads in efficiency, while still delivering a thorough and invigorating showering experience.

This in-expensive device can save consumers hundreds of dollars a year on their utility bills, while saving billions of gallons of water a day, that are wasted throughout this country with conventional low flow shower heads.

The It Makes Sense Shower Head is said to be so efficient, consumers can now take one shower everyday for an entire week, and pay their utility company for only one… Mr. Rahaming calls it "The best buy 1 get 7 free deal in town." Not only does the consumer save on their utility bills, but power companies, water facilities and waste treatment plants benefit because the demands placed on them would be reduced.

How does this work? A standard government rated low flow shower head at 2.5 gpm will use 25 gallons of water for an average 10 minute shower. Using the It Makes Sense Shower Head allows you to have a complete and thorough shower, during that same 10 minutes using only 3 gallons of water or less.

The self-closing pull chain shuts the water-flow down to a trickle the moment you release it. The built-in trickle keeps the waters temperature where you set it throughout the shower and prevents scalding.

Although similar shower heads with on/off buttons are available, the It Makes Sense Shower Head takes the guesswork out of when you should or shouldn't turn the water off. The convenient pull chain also eliminates having to reach and search for these buttons, resulting in better efficiency in water and energy savings, not to mention sewer charges.

This product is currently being sold only online at: http://www.itjustmakessense.net but marketing plans will soon bring it to local stores later this summer. For more information on this product and to view a demonstration video, go to: http://itjustmakessense.net/Video.html

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