The best way to choose a kitchen faucet is by the quality of the product and its practicality and durability, as well as how if fits into the new décor and layout of the kitchen.
Hardness does not refer to how solid the material is but how this particular material can withstand scratches from other kinds of material. You have to do washing in your sink and you are most likely to scratch the faucet with kitchen utensils very often, so if the finish of your faucet cannot withstand scratches, you would most probably end up with one ugly looking faucet after a short while. Studies have shown that the brushed finished kitchen faucet is considered one of the hardest in the market.
A kitchen faucet is a long-term investment so go for a classic design and not something trendy that you would have to replace in a few months. Furthermore, take into consideration the water pressure. Try to verify the slightest water pressure compatible with the faucet on your buying mind with the seller.
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