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moen trim on danze faucet?

Posted by Ginny20 (My Page) on
Thu, Aug 1, 13 at 13:51

I have a Danze brushed nickel bathroom faucet that, soon after install about 6 years ago, lost its clear coat in a couple little patches on the spout. It's annoying. Home Depot sells Moen faucet "trim kits" that look like they have just the spout and the handles. If I get the same 8" spread, can I just swap out the top parts (not me, exactly, but someone who knows how)? Or are the innards different, too, so the plunger won't work?


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RE: moen trim on danze faucet?

Interchangeable parts with different brands? When it comes to plumbing, chances are slim to none (unless otherwise indicated).

RE: moen trim on danze faucet?

Thanks for the answer, homebound. It did seem too easy.

I guess when it bothers me enough, I'll just have the whole thing changed out.

RE: moen trim on danze faucet?

Here's an alternative solution. If it's metal (not plastic), take the spout to a place that does powder coating. They probably won't match the color exactly (or maybe they will), but it might work.

I did that for one of my clients. The only problem was that when we coated the shower valve trim, the coating added enough thickness to make it a real pain in the rear to slide it over the cartridge "collar". Think it through carefully with all the parts you are considering.

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