Old Fashioned Basin Faucets
These old fashioned basin taps are the perfect finishing touch to your Victorian bathroom. Available in a variety of handle styles and finishes, you can find something to match other fixtures and your overall bathroom décor with ease. Enjoy all the convenience of modern construction in a vintage design with these lovely faucets.
Due to state mandated low-flow restrictions, these faucets cannot be shipped to customers in California or Colorado.
Heavy Duty Vintage Style Basin Faucets
Often seen in grade-school bathrooms, this single hole non-mixing faucet will put up with a lot of use and keep going. Designed simply, this chrome plated faucet is easy to install and easy to maintain, as well as easy on the wallet.
This heavy duty basin tap features:
- Chrome plated finish
- Cast brass construction
- Single hole mounting
- Includes aerator
- 2.2 gpm / 8.3 lpm
- Compression cartridge
- Cross handle includes hot & cold index buttons
- 1/2"IPS inlets
- View component parts
- View dimensions
Heavy Duty Basin Tap - Chrome = $44.76
Multi Purpose Cleaning Brush
This Brushtech cleaning brush features:
- Removes soap scum and dirt from places where sponges can't reach
- Soft plastic white bristles do not mark or scratch delicate surfaces
- Flexible design gets in and around taps and pipes
- Also great for cleaning pipes that are close to walls, furniture legs, and other hard to reach places
- View multi-purpose cleaning brush dimensions
- Proudly made in the USA
Multi Purpose Cleaning Brush
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q. "If my washers fail, will the manufacturer replace them?"
A. No. The replacement of washers is considered to be normal wear and tear and must be done regularly to the protect the seat. Washer deterioration is directly related to use, water quality and overtightening of the handles. The handles need only be tightened enough to stop the flow of water. If, after the leftover water in the spout has drained, the faucets continues to drip, tighten slightly until the flow stops. This will increase the life of your washers dramatically. Replacement washers are something that will need to be purchased locally as the manufacturer will not ship them as replacements. When replacing washers, it is imperative that great care be taken when removing and replacing the bonnet nuts. A soft piece of cloth needs to be used to protect the finish of the nut, and the nut should never be overtightened. It will cause the nuts to eventually crack.
Q. "What is the Supercoated Brass finish?"
A. Supercoated Brass refers to a 2-part epoxy finish that is applied electrostatically and then baked onto the brass. Unlike former days when polished brass required extensive maintenance to avoid tarnishing or dulling of the finish, Supercoated Brass items need fairly little maintenance to retain their beautiful shine. Simply wipe your Supercoated Brass fixtures gently with a soft cloth after each use. Avoid the use of plumber's putty, detergents, or abrasive cleaners as these may cause deterioration of the coating.
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