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Water spots/finger prints/etc.

Posted by phoggie (My Page) on
Mon, Oct 24, 11 at 17:33

I am wanting to know which faucets/etc. show the least water spots, finger prints, etc. Crome? ORB? Stainless?
Brushed Nickel? Other?

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RE: Water spots/finger prints/etc.

I can tell you that I was surprised at the amount of water spots showing up on my Moen Brushed Nickel bath faucets. In contrast, I don't notice them on my KWC Stainless kitchen faucet. If it bothers you, I wonder if you could check out the faucets you like at a showroom and try splashing some water on them to see if they spot.

RE: Water spots/finger prints/etc.

LOL--do you think they would have a problem of me coming in and splashing water on them to see if they would spot?
Right now in my kitchen, I have ORB and they are easy to keep clean, except for the calcium of hard water...crome and brass has to be wiped down every time someone uses them. I am surprised about the brushed nickel...I thought that might be a winner, but maybe not.

RE: Water spots/finger prints/etc.

LOL - good point! I would probably ask the showroom before I did it. And maybe offer to wipe them off afterwards. But I think it is a legitimate concern when faucet shopping.

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