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Brushed Nickel Stainless Steel Kitchen Faucet with Pull Down Sprayer

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SKU KFKFZSSNB
$99.99
$99.99 - $99.99
Current price $99.99
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Color: Brushed Nickel
Product Description

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Brand: Goldenwarm
  • Product ID: KFGDCLGB
  • Material: High-Quality Steel
  • Finish: Brushed Nickel
  • Handle Material: Stainless Steel
  • Spout Height: 8Inches
  • Handle Location: Left/Center/Right
  • Installation Method: Single Hole
  • Maximum Flow Rate: 1.8 Gallons Per Minute
  • Number of Handles: 1

EXCELLENT QUALITY FOR YOUR HOME

  • Sprayer features push button controls to move from an aerated stream to a powerful spray, Pause button able to stop the flow of water from the spray head without turning off the faucet, Spout swivels 360 degrees to cover the entire sink. if you prefer a clean sink deck without a sidespray or additional accessories, a pull out faucet may be the right solution.
  • Reflective finishes are plated and brushed finishes use a process called Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD) - both of which are guaranteed to last a lifetime. This type of finish is perfect for resist fingerprints spots and other smudges.
  • The braiding adds flexibility and durability, while the integration into the faucet saves valuable installation time, as well as a trip to the hardware store. Faucet function and finish are covered under Goldenwarm’s Limited Lifetime warranty.

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Care & Cleaning Tips

Regular Cleaning:
· Clean the faucet regularly with a mild soap or detergent and water solution.
· Use a soft cloth or sponge to wipe away dirt, grime, and water spots.
· Avoid abrasive cleaners or scrubbing pads that can scratch the faucet's finish.
· Pay special attention to hard-to-reach areas around the base, handles, and spout.

Prevent Corrosion:
· Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners on the faucet, as they can damage the finish and corrode metal surfaces.
· Wipe the faucet dry after each use to prevent water spots and mineral buildup.
· Apply a protective coating or sealant to metal surfaces to prevent corrosion and maintain the faucet's appearance.

Inspect Seals and Gaskets:
· Periodically check the seals and gaskets inside the faucet for signs of wear or damage.
· Replace worn-out seals and gaskets to prevent leaks and ensure proper functionality.
· Lubricate moving parts, such as handles and spouts, with silicone-based lubricant to maintain smooth operation.

Professional Maintenance:
· Consider scheduling regular maintenance checks with a plumber to inspect and service your faucets and plumbing fixtures.
· A professional plumber can identify potential issues early on and address them before they escalate into costly repairs.

Shipping & Return Policy

In-stock items arrive in 8-12 business days. You will be emailed a tracking number when your product is shipped. Select items ship free every day. For additional information, please see our Shipping and Returns terms.

FAQ

1. How to install the faucet?

Faucet installation usually requires the following steps:
· Turn off water.
· Install the faucet base.
· Connect the water pipe and secure it.
· Connect hot and cold water pipes.
· Install the nozzle or sprinkler head.
· Turn on the water source, check for leaks and adjust the water flow.
· Please refer to the installation instructions for specific operating steps.
If you are unfamiliar with the faucet installation process, it is recommended to have a professional plumber or plumber perform the installation to ensure safety and correctness.


2. How to fix a leaking faucet?

Fixing a leaking faucet typically involves the following steps:
· Turn off water.
· Check and replace worn gaskets or O-rings.
· Adjust or replace loose screws.
· Clean and reinstall faucet components.
· If necessary, replace the internal parts of the faucet or the entire faucet.
If you're unsure about how to fix the leaking faucet yourself, or if the problem persists after attempting repairs, it's best to contact a professional plumber for assistance.


3.How to clean faucets?

· Wipe the faucet surface with a mild detergent and a soft cloth.
· Use vinegar or lemon juice to remove limescale.
· Use a toothbrush to clean hard-to-reach areas.
· Rinse with clean water and dry the faucet.