Years ago when the Delta faucet commercials started to run on tv–I just went and found it on YouTube because it was so. cool–we were mesmerized. Especially Chris:
You can touch it anywhere, with any part of your body–so, probably your arm is the most common, ha!–to turn it on when your hands are gross. Which is about the smartest thing I’ve heard of. Especially since Chris, the cook around here, is constantly asking me to “please turn on the sink for me?”so he can wash his food-covered hands without getting food or meat bacteria all over.
So, that’s the faucet we went for (in stainless–yum) and we love it. Also the whole set up is one hole. The faucet switches from a single stream to a multiple spray right on the back of the head. It also pulls down. It’s just so streamlined.
With our new countertops, sink and faucet in place, this little section of the kitchen is drastically improved from where we started just a couple of weeks ago:
Ah, that’s better.