Faucet hose and galvanic corrosion
I have installed new sink faucets which have a copper connector leading into the valves and I have PB flexible water piping in my home with a 3/8" OD threaded valve connector. If I use a stainless steel braded hose (like this: http://www.lowes.com/pd_195292-73838-U261_0_?productId=3132125&Ntt=faucet+hose&pl=1¤tURL=%2Fpl__0_s%3FNtt%3Dfaucet%2Bhose%26page%3D2) to connect the water supply to the copper faucet valve lines, will this result in galvanic corrosion to the copper tubes on the faucet? Should I instead get some copper and make my own connection hose/tube? I suspect these hoses are actually lined internally with some rubber or plastic material and that the water passing through is actually not in contact with the stainless steel, but I am not sure.