Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Blaine Kitchen Faucet

Finally got these Semiahoo snowbirds to replace their kitchen faucet. Mr. Snowbird didn't have much choice, as the old one was leaking into a bucket.

The drain was clogged, too, but I'll spare you the pictures of that.

Old kitchen faucet (Lowes Kohler, I think):



New kitchen faucet (Delta faucet bought from us):


The new one has a pull-out spray head with a steel braided hose:


2 comments:

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Margarette Williams said...

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