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Last Updated on September 23, 2020 by Ellen Christian
I’m sharing how touch faucets stop the messes in my home as part of a sponsored campaign with Glam Media and Delta. You know how much I hate messes in the kitchen so I couldn’t resist this opportunity. The kitchen is the center of our home. It is the first place guests see when they stop by. It’s where we all leave and enter the house each day. It ends up being the place the kids drop their backpacks and where we go to wash up after playing or working outside.
Of course, the kitchen is also where we make meals and eat dinner. I do all of my crafts at the kitchen table and a good majority of my photography for my blog. Depending on what’s happening that day, the kitchen sink may contain dishes, paint brushes, eggs from the hen house that need to be washed, vegetables from the garden or my son’s mouth guard and water bottle from football practice. I often arrive at the kitchen sink with my hands full or covered in paint, dirt or some other mess. The last thing I want to do is to grab the kitchen faucet handle and get the kitchen any messier than it already is.
How Touch Faucets Stop The Messes
With one of the Delta Touch20 Technology touch faucets, messy hands are not a problem. All you need to do is to touch the faucet with any part of your hand (that isn’t dirty) and the water comes on. Then you can wash your hands, get them clean and with another touch of your hand, the water stops. You can touch the faucet spout, handle or sprayer wand and it will turn the water off and on. Not only is this much more convenient for me, it will help to save water too.
The spray hose comes out of the faucet instead of taking up extra room to the side of the sink. It can be adjusted to spray like a hose or with a constant stream of water like a standard faucet.
I also appreciate that the faucet in the Delta Touch20 Technology touch faucet I chose (Linden) has a higher clearance than my previous faucet. That means I can fit my water bath canner and the bucket we use to water the ducks and chickens underneath the faucet instead of having to fill it up in the bathtub. The hose attached to the sprayer is 54″ long which is a fantastic length and allows me much more flexibility than the hose I had previously. It has Multi-Flow™ that delivers both 1.5 gpm stream and spray settings for water efficiency and 2.0 gpm stream setting for high performance. We get much better water flow with this faucet than our old one.
You can check out the Delta Touch20 Technology in action in this video.
We’re not ready to do a whole kitchen remodel but adding a new faucet gave us better functionality and takes us one step closer to the kitchen we’re dreaming of. Plus, the style and the finish of our new faucet goes with our existing kitchen perfectly. Did you know I changed the faucet all by myself?
Delta Touch2O Technology for your kitchen and bathroom is precisely in tune with your every touch. Take the quiz to learn which faucet style best describes you at deltafaucet.com
Disclosure: Compensation was provided by Delta via Glam Media. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Delta.
Ellen is a busy mom of a 22-year-old son and 27-year-old daughter. She owns 5 blogs and is addicted to social media. She believes that it doesn’t have to be difficult to lead a healthy life. She shares simple healthy living tips to show busy women how to lead fulfilling lives. If you’d like to work together, email firstname.lastname@example.org to chat.