Faucet for the sink

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Kiofrinnzix
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Faucet for the sink

Post by Kiofrinnzix » Wed Aug 09, 2017 3:42 am

Hello,

I'm redoing the master bath. Also as a part of the remodeling, I also had purchased this console sink for the master bath This pack doesn't include any faucet and in the description section of the product, it states that the sink accepts the 8" widespread faucet. Can anyone tell me what is this 8-inch widespread faucet? I already have one and no I have no idea of its size and type. Can anyone help me in this to find the compatible faucet for the sink? Anyone? :cry:


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Re: Faucet for the sink

Post by DanM » Wed Aug 09, 2017 5:35 am

There are two basic sizes of faucet, 4" and 8". It just means the distance between the parts that will go down into the counter.
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Re: Faucet for the sink

Post by Aaron » Wed Aug 09, 2017 11:57 am

Yeah the 8" mount is typical for kitchen sink faucets.

But in that pic of the sink, the tap and two valves for hot and cold are all separate components.

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Re: Faucet for the sink

Post by DanM » Wed Aug 09, 2017 1:02 pm

Ya it was just the first image that came up on a quick google search for 8" faucet that showed the underside of the faucet.

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Re: Faucet for the sink

Post by Aaron » Wed Aug 09, 2017 1:54 pm

Thanks you to your post I learned the difference! I actually didn't know beforehand. lol

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