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Old 04-13-2013, 05:41 PM   #1
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which is the best faucet?


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That's a matter of opinion. I like Delta. What faucet are you replacing?


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That's a matter of opinion. I like Delta. What faucet are you replacing?
I agree delta is my first choice, moen would be my second. But it's all based on opinion
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What is the most common faucet in Chandigarh, India? Always interesting to learn about plumbing in other parts of the world.
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What is the most common faucet in Chandigarh, India? Always interesting to learn about plumbing in other parts of the world.
If I was in India and I needed a faucet I would simply contact these folks:
http://faucetsindia.com/about.html
Seems like a no-brainer unless a spam-bot is actually trying to install one. Then I would recommend calling a plumber.
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hi,
i think the first is
Delta Faucet 9178-AR-DST Leland Singl...
and second is
Moen 7594ESRS Arbor With Motionsense...
thanks


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