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Sprite Cascade Shower Head Replacement Filter
Sprite Cascade Shower Head Replacement Filter

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List Price: $19.99
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Product Code: SLC

Product Description


For Sprite Cascade Filtered Shower Head

  • Filtration Technology: KDF-55 & Chlorgon
  • Cartridge Lifetime: 15,000 gallons or 6 months (whichever comes first)
  • Country of Origin: U.S.A.

Cosmetic Benefits

  • Softer, healthier skin and hair
  • Relief from dry skin and scalp
  • Reduced fading in color-treated hair
  • Improved lathering and sudsing


Do the filter cartridges expire?

No. The cartridges have an unlimited shelf life as long as they are kept dry. For this reason, we recommend purchasing several filters at once to take advance of additional saving on each filter.

When replacing the cartridge, does it matter which side faces the wall?

The SLC cartridge has one end that's flat and one end that's "recessed." The recessed or cup end side should face the wall so water will enter into the cup end side and exit the flat end.

Has Sprite changed the casing style for their replacement filters?

Yes, they have and they may do so again in the future. Sprite uses two types of casings: white and clear.


Sprite Cascade Shower Filter Benefits

  • Long-lasting Replacement Filters: Two compatible filter cartridges available (either the 6-month SLC Slim-Line Cartridge or the 9-month ARC Royale Cartridge)
  • Enhanced Filtration Media: Includes 500% more KDF-55 than most other brands, giving you more filtration power for your money
  • Certified Performance and Construction: Certified to NSF Standard 177 for chlorine reduction, lead-free material construction, and structural integrity
  • Filtration Technology: KDF-55 & Chlorgon
  • Cartridge Lifetime: 15,000 gallons or 6 months (whichever comes first)
  • Flow Rate: 2.5 gallons per minute (Standard flow rate for most shower heads, resulting in little to no pressure loss)

Sprite Shower Filter FAQ's

How does the Sprite shower filtration technology work?

The Sprite shower filter utilizes two filtration media: KDF-55 and Clorgon. KDF-55 is a copper-zinc media designed to remove chlorine and heavy metals. Chlorgon is a proprietary and patented filtration media developed by Sprite Industries, and it works by converting chlorine into chloride. Chlorgon works in a very similar manner to KDF-55 but is much more efficient in high temperatures, making it an ideal media for shower water filtration.

What contaminants does the shower filter reduce?

The shower filter will reduce chlorine, heavy metals (such as lead and mercury), odor, sulfur smell, rust, and scale. It will also moderately reduce sediment.

Does the shower filter work like a softener?

Not exactly. A softener removes only hard water minerals, like calcium and iron. A shower filter is designed to remove dangerous chemical contaminants and heavy metals. If you’ve used a softener before, you may have noticed that your skin feels slippery after showering. That is because a softener adds salt to your water as a part of the hard water reduction process, and it makes the soap harder to rinse off of your skin. The shower filter will not add any salt, so the soap will still rinse off easily and leave your skin feeling soft and clean.

Does the shower filter soften the water?

The shower filter will not soften water in the way a traditional softener does, but it will remove chlorine and other chemical contaminants, making the water much less harsh and leaving your skin and hair feeling significantly softer.

Does the shower filter work on well water?

The shower filter will work on well water and will remove sulfur odor and scale, as well as moderately reducing excess sediment in the water. It will also remove chlorine and other chemicals that may have been used to treat the well water.

Will the shower filter reduce water pressure?

The Sprite shower filters are certified to process water at 2.5 gallons per minute, which is the same flow regulation as a most standard shower heads. Unless you currently use a high-flow shower head, you should not experience any pressure loss.