05 Sep Touch Faucet in the Kitchen
The last thing you want to do when your hands are dripping with chicken goo, or covered in flour, is to turn on the kitchen faucet. Thankfully, touch faucets are here to save the day.
The touch faucet allows you to touch your fingers, hand, or forearm to the spout or handle and turn on the faucet. This way you can avoid spreading mess or contaminants. The faucets come in a variety of styles and finishes, so you’re sure to find one that can fit in with your kitchen’s style.
Touch facets are pricier than their manual counterparts, but worth the investment when it comes to their convenience. After all, the kitchen is definitely the place where you’re likely to have your hands either messy or full, unable to turn on the water with ease. Touch faucets eliminate the need for free hands.
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