Touch faucets are fantastic and are quickly growing in popularity. These hands-free kitchen faucets turn on and off with just a light touch of a hand or arm. These faucets are becoming a favorite in "aging in place" kitchens or with the disabled. These are wonderful additions to any food prep sink because they are so easy to turn on with dough or flour covered hands. They are also useful for a potting bench sink.
There are 2 main faucet styles when it comes to kitchen use. There is the single-level faucet and the double-handle faucet. The single-handle faucet allows you control water flow and temperature with only one hand. The other hand can be used for the rinsing spray feature. The knobs straddle on either side of the faucet frame and have a modern look about them. This allows them snugly fit with any kitchen design or style.
The good news is lifetime warranties that include leaks and stains is about customary in the faucet trade. With credit to technology, most accomplish the task of delivering water remarkably well. Aside from the least expensive faucets sold, today's kitchen fixtures are built with better valves and hardier finishes. So performance is not a true measuring stick - they all do a good job of that. What is worthy of noting is what happens to the faucet with day by day wear. Just how does it stay resistant to scratches, stains, bumps and bruises?
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