discontinued rinsekit products

Here at RinseKit, we are constantly evolving to provide our customers the best of the best when it comes to portable shower technology. In moving forward toward a fully electric battery powered product line, we made the difficult decision to stop production of our pressure dependent models. Keep scrolling for video tutorials, PDF instructions and more for our discontinued models and their accessories.

Frequently Asked Questions

Please file a warranty claim here
and provide us with all of the information required. Our customer service team will get back to you promptly and, if you are within the warranty period (learn about our One Year Limited Warranty here), offer either a refund or the option to upgrade for a fee.

Send a photo to us (at info@rinsekit.com) of the piece/spare part you need and we will get back to you whether or not we have it in our warehouse. We do have most parts available, however we cannot guarantee availability. If you are in need of a drain plug, they can be purchased here.

No. All of our models arrive to our warehouse pre-assembled, meaning that we are unable to offer replacement tanks as we do not have any available. If your unit is losing pressure, and it was purchased less than 1 year ago, please fill out or warranty form here.
Note: Leaks are typically caused by over-pressurization of the tank. We recommend filling your RinseKit Pod and Plus with 55-65 PSI of pressure. If you do not know the water pressure of your house or spigot, the city can typically provide a reading for free, or you can buy a pressure gauge from most hardware stores.

2 gallon rinsekit plus

The Plus' included spray nozzle has 5 spray settings, each setting will get you the following spray times:

Center = approximately 4:15 minutes
Shower = approximately 1:30 minutes
Mist = approximately 10:00 minutes
Jet = approximately 2:30 minutes
Flat = approximately 2:45 minutes

Spray times will vary depending on the pressure of the unit. For best results, make sure the pressure inside the tank is 55-65 PSI

The RinseKit Plus' patented design transfers the water pressure from your home to the pressure chamber tank when you fill it from a hose bib or sink (with Hot Water Sink Adapter accessory). NOTE: If you are filling remotely and have to pour water into the RinseKit versus connecting it to a water source, you can use the Pressure Booster Pump that comes with your Plus to add in pressure by hand.

There are three ways to fill your RinseKit Plus:

1. Using a Hose Bib: The RinseKit hose quickly attaches to your water spigot with a quick connect coupler and fills the eon™ pressure chamber with approximately 65 PSI of water pressure. All you need is your RinseKit and a hose bib. Directions for filling this way can be found on the tray of the RinseKit Plus.
2. Using your sink and our Hot Water Sink Adapter accessory: Simply unscrew the threading of your standard home sink, attach the Hot Water Sink Adapter accessory, and connect your RinseKit via the quick connect piece and you can fill your RinseKit with hot or cold water!
3. Remotely using still water and our Pressure Booster Pump accessory: Just unscrew the drain plug and pour water into the tank. When the tank is 95% full, install our Pressure Booster Pump accessory into one of the drain plug ports by turning it clockwise until it is snug. Once installed, you can hand pump pressure into the unit using the built in pressure gauge to add the optimum amount of pressure to your unit (65 PSI). The pump can remain in the RinseKit and does not need to be removed after each use.

We recommend filling your RinseKit Plus with 65 PSI for optimum use. Do not fill the Plus with water pressure higher than 75 PSI, as the tank is not meant to withstand such high pressures. The standard water pressure for most homes is 65 PSI.

• If you are unsure of your home's water pressure, you can either call your water provider and ask for a reading, or you can purchase your own pressure gauge at a local hardware store and test it yourself
• If your homes water pressure exceeds 75 PSI, you can purchase a pressure regulator so your tank does not fill with more than 60 PSI. A pressure regulator can be found in any hardware store.

1.5 gallon rinsekit Pod

The Pods' included spray nozzle has 5 spray settings, each setting will get you the following spray times:

Center = approximately 3:30 minutes
Shower = approximately 1:00 minutes
Mist = approximately 8:00 minutes
Jet = approximately 2:00 minutes
Flat = approximately 2:15 minutes

Spray times will vary depending on the pressure of the unit. For best results, make sure the pressure inside the tank is 55-65 PSI

The RinseKit Pod's patented design transfers the water pressure from your home to the pressure chamber tank when you fill it from a hose bib, using our Hose Bib Adapter or sink (with Hot Water Sink Adapter accessory).

There are two ways to fill your RinseKit Pod:

1. Using a Hose Bib: The RinseKit hose quickly attaches to your water spigot with a quick connect coupler and fills the eon™ pressure chamber with approximately 65 PSI of water pressure. All you need is your RinseKit and a hose bib.
2. Using your sink and our Hot Water Sink Adapter accessory: Simply unscrew the threading of your standard home sink, attach the Hot Water Sink Adapter accessory, and connect your RinseKit via the quick connect piece and you can fill your RinseKit with hot or cold water!

We recommend filling your RinseKit Pod with 65 PSI for optimum use. Do not fill the Pod with water pressure higher than 75 PSI, as the tank is not meant to withstand such high pressures. The standard water pressure for most homes is 65 PSI.

• If you are unsure of your home's water pressure, you can either call your water provider and ask for a reading, or you can purchase your own pressure gauge at a local hardware store and test it yourself
• If your homes water pressure exceeds 75 PSI, you can purchase a pressure regulator so your tank does not fill with more than 60 PSI. A pressure regulator can be found in any hardware store.

video tutorials

previous rinsekit models & accessories

the original RinseKit

The OG black or white 2-gal RinseKit has been discontinued as of 2018.

the rinsekit lux

Holds 3-gallons, surrounded by a soft tote bag. Discontinuted as of 2019.

the rinsekit pod

Our smallest model at 1.5 gallons. Discontinued as of Novemeber 2022.

the rinsekit plus

Holds 2.5-gallons, it is truly the end of an era. Discontinued as of January 2023.

pressure booster pump

Used to manually add pressure into pressure dependent units. Discontinued as of September 2022.