Since , federal regulations have required that shower heads deliver no more than 2. But that never stopped companies like Grohe from putting a half dozen of them together to fire at models in their advertising. Some of these multiple head showers pump out 12 gallons per minute. But that is changing; the Wall Street Journal reports that "In May, the DOE stunned the plumbing-products industry when it said it would adopt a strict definition of the term "showerhead" in enforcing standards that have been on the books--but largely unenforced--for nearly 20 years. Previously, manufacturers interpreted the rule as to mean that each nozzle in a shower had to comply.
By Connor Boyd For Mailonline. An Instagram model was left red faced after a steamy bathroom video ended with the shower head falling from the wall and cracking her on the skull. Charly Jordan, who boasts 1. But as she tipped her head back to let the water dramatically flow through her hair, the shower head fell from the wall and bashed her on the forehead.