Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Faucet Design for Ease of Cleaning and Maintenance

Choosing the Right Faucet Can Save Hours of Cleaning 

Graff Faucet
When looking at faucets to purchase imagine cleaning the faucet with a sponge. Keep in mind that every curve, bend and little band is one more place for crud to collect on the faucet. For a faucet that is easy to clean choose a single-lever faucet that can easily be wiped down and has few nooks and crannies. Which of the two faucets would you rather clean?
Kohler Faucet
Keep in mind the new technology such as washerless faucets, fewer parts to break, as well as finishes that don't show water marks. Also keep in mind choosing faucets that are ADA compatible making it easier for folks of all abilities to turn the faucet on and off. For more examples of easy to clean faucets check out my pinterest page Tenant Proof.

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