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.
Two-handle faucets (one hot and one cold) are not as popular as one handle because they are not as easy to use. They do have a classic look that makes a strong fashion statement in Victorian and other period style kitchens.
The single handle kitchen faucet with pull out or pull down spray are really handy and fastly becoming the most popular style. Manufactures have put a lot of stock into these faucets in the recent years, and the wide assortment of styles and finishes show for it. The style that seems to catch every one's eye and pocketbook lately is the high goose neck. This style has a very high clearance for larger items, some of them can rotate 180 degrees or more and usually come with 32" of hose so you can water your lawn when you get done with the dishes! They are a bit more expensive like the Delta Pilar Pull-Down Faucet but if you're looking for a sweet looking multi-function faucet with the pro's stated above then look no further.
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