Bathing is the second largest volume of water used in the home. If your home was built before 1991, you may use 40 gallons of water or more for an 8-minute shower.
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Replacement Solution: Switch to a high-efficiency showerhead that uses no more than 2.5 gallons of water per minute. A full bathtub may use 36 gallons of water. At minimum water level, you will use only 10 gallons of water. You save on the water usage, as well as your power bill.
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