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pullout spray for washing hair in vanity sink

Posted by M_N_A (My Page) on
Fri, Sep 20, 13 at 17:48

DH likes to have a quick hair wash sometime without getting into the shower.

something like the pullout spray for kitchen would work great. but is there something for vanity sink faucet? how does it work?


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RE: pullout spray for washing hair in vanity sink

I bought a Fister Price faucet a couple of months ago for a bathroom basin and it works fairly well. However, Ithink it has been discontinued. Found it on Lowe's website and a guy at customer service called stores until he found one. it was a steal at $45.


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RE: pullout spray for washing hair in vanity sink

I bought a Fister Price faucet a couple of months ago for a bathroom basin and it works fairly well. However, Ithink it has been discontinued. Found it on Lowe's website and a guy at customer service called stores until he found one. it was a steal at $45.


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RE: pullout spray for washing hair in vanity sink

I have no idea if it's your taste, but I have the faucet linked below in my hall bath. I didn't buy it for the pull out faucet, we just liked the look, but I've used the pull out every so often for one thing or another and it works well. And it doesn't show at all. If you didn't know it was there, you'd never know it was there.

The whole top horizontal piece of the faucet just pulls up and out of the base.

Here is a link that might be useful: American Standard Green Tea Bathroom Faucet


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