Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Tap On, Tap Off: The Single-Touch Faucet

Your kitchen faucet can be a very dirty object. Think about it... what do you do when your hands get dirty? You wash them. And where do you wash them? In the sink. How do you turn on a sink? By turning the faucet handle. The faucet handle then becomes contaminated with whatever dirt, germs, grease, and filth that you wanted to wash off of your hands. And every time you touch that handle again, you pick up some of what was left behind.

So if you are somebody who likes their hands clean or who wishes they had an extra hand in the kitchen, Delta has a solution for you! Their stylish Pilar Series faucets feature a touch-activated single handle. Just touch anywhere on the spout or the handle to turn the faucet on or off. No more turning knobs with greasy fingers. Just tap the faucet with your elbow, forearm, forehead, whatever- and the water will turn on. Tap it again to shut the faucet off. It doesn't get easier than this!

You can find Delta's Pilar Touch-Activated Kitchen Faucets at www.supplyhouse.com.