It needs to be well-made and of top-notch quality, if not it would only last you a couple of months. If you opt to buy any faucet that you can get your hands on, you stand the risk of spending money fixing it or replacing it repeatedly. Here is what to look for before you splash the cash for a kitchen faucet.
First and foremost, you need to know the many different styles available: single handled faucets, dual/two handled faucets, pullout spray style (with single or dual handled faucets), wall mounted faucets, and bar sink faucets. Single handled units are quick and easy to operate since it only has one lever. On the other hand, dual handled consist of a hot water valve and a cold water valve. These two types can also come with a pullout spray, which can be used for cleaning the sink or washing vegetables.
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.
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