Kitchen faucet selection
First, the kitchen faucet can be rotated 360°.
For ease of use, the kitchen faucet should be taller, and the spout should be long. It is best to stretch above the drain and not splash. If there is a hot water line in the kitchen, the faucet should also be double. Kitchen faucets typically rotate 360° to meet a variety of usage needs.
Second, choose the material of stainless steel.
The kitchen faucet is usually made of brass, which is the most common pure copper faucet on the market. But due to the characteristics of the kitchen environment, pure copper faucets are not necessarily the best choice. All pure copper faucets are plated on the outermost layer, and the purpose of plating is to prevent corrosion and rust inside the brass. The kitchen has a lot of fumes, and the greasy and cleansing of the hands when washing the dishes often requires cleaning the faucet. If the cleaning method is not used in the correct way, it is likely to damage the plating layer of the faucet, causing the faucet to be corroded and rusted. If you want to choose a full copper kitchen faucet, be sure to have excellent plating, otherwise it will easily cause rust corrosion of the faucet.