What is a monsoon shower?

What is a monsoon shower?

Monsoon Showers means the rainfall received during 1st June to 30th September for the fruit to grow in size. The rainfall within normal range is beneficial for early ripening and maturity.

Are rain shower heads interchangeable?

This is the standard! As long as you have the shower arm plumbing coming from your ceiling or your wall, you can choose whichever shower head you want and mount your shower head wherever you want.

How do you descale a monsoon shower head?

Put the shower head in a plastic container filled with distilled white vinegar. Leave it to soak for at least half an hour, though preferably for a full hour. Remove the shower head from the container and rinse it with water. Using an old toothbrush, remove any stubborn limescale from the shower head and the nozzles.

Why are pre-monsoon showers important?

Towards the close of the summer season, pre-monsoon showers are common, especially in Kerala, Karnataka and parts of Tamil Nadu in India. They help in the early ripening of mangoes and are hence often referred to as “Mango showers.”

What is meant by mango shower?

Mango showers is a colloquial term to describe the occurrence of pre-monsoon rainfall. Sometimes, these rains are referred to generically as ‘April rains’ or ‘Summer showers’. They are notable across much of South and Southeast Asia, including India, and Cambodia.

Can I use malt vinegar to clean my shower head?

You don’t need an expensive, dedicated shower head cleaner, but it is essential that you use white vinegar; save the malt vinegar for your fish & chips. The strong acidic qualities of the solution work wonders at breaking down those pesky limescale deposits.

Can you clean a shower head with bicarbonate of soda?

Like using vinegar, cleaning your shower head with baking soda is a non-chemical method. Take your baking soda and mix it with water until you are able to create a paste. Wearing a pair of gloves, spread the paste across the shower head and allow it to sit for 15 minutes.

What is Mango shower called in Karnataka?

They are also known as ‘Kaal Baisakhi’ in Bengal, as Bordoisila in Assam and as Cherry Blossom showers or Coffee Showers in Karnataka.

What is coffee shower?

‘Cherry Blossom’ or ‘Coffee showers’ is a local wind that blows over the interior Karnataka during the hot weather season and is extremely helpful for coffee cultivation.

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