Shower heads are usually easy to remove from the shower arm while others you will need to clean while still attached to the wall. When your shower head starts shooting water in all directions or the water is barely coming out of your shower head, then you know there is limescale buildup that you need to clean out. Follow these steps below to start getting a steady flow of water for your next shower.
Detachable Shower Head - Unscrew the shower head from the shower arm using a wrench. Wrap masking or electrical tape around the shower head where you will be using the wrench to protect the finish.
Poke a toothpick through the holes of the shower head to remove any limescale deposits. Use a toothbrush to remove limescale from the outer surfaces of the nozzle.
Wrap the rubber band around the top of the bag two or three times since it will be much more difficult to get the rubber band around the bag with the shower head and vinegar/water in it.
Use toothpicks and toothbrushes to remove any residual limescale deposits from the holes or surface of the shower nozzle.