Pfister Single Control Bathroom Faucet Review: Easy to install features and a popup draining system make Pfister single control waterfall bathroom faucets a lucrative option while we are looking for something that provides a modern yet aesthetic feel. The spout is designed in such a way that resembles a tiny natural waterfall. It feels awesome when water flows through it and comes on your through the spout.
Pfister Single Control Bathroom Faucet Review
We have used pfister single control bathroom Faucet for a month so from installation to frequent issues, we have gone through all and here we are sharing the same experience. What we want to address first is the features list of Pfister single control waterfall bathroom faucets.
Pfister Single Control Bathroom Faucet Features
Everyone looks for the lot of advantages come with a product. Nowadays people don’t want to buy specially built product, rather they always incline towards a product having different features.
Being a genuine brand, it made Pfister single control bathroom faucet in such a way that it looks trendy and meets almost all aspect of a modern bathroom faucet.
Premium finish: This has a range of finishes available. All the finishes are classic in design. The nickel finish is trendy while the Tuscan bronze is classic and retro in feel. But one thing is must. At the first look everyone gets impressed.
In the box: Before you make the purchase know the things you will get in the box. Water pressure controlling valves, a cartridge, an optional deck plate, a ring to mount the faucet and a popup drain with the waterfall spout.
Available Colors: It’s available in four colors though polished chrome and tuscan bronze colors are the hot cakes. Apart from these, brassed nickel and spot defense nickel are the other options to pick from.
Now we are looking at the points that made this faucet stands out of the hundreds available in the market.
- Popup Draining System: This feature has actually impressed a lot of users, using a simple push button you can open the drain and using the same push you can close it.
- Great Addition: This faucet meets all ADA/ANSI A117. 1 requirements, ensuring its accessibility to all disabled persons.
We need to know the flaws of any product before purchasing whether we can withstand those or not. Though Pfister single control waterfall bathroom faucet is a premium one and doesn’t have any bad reputation, some complaints have come up and we have addressed those here.
- Water Spots & Daily Cleaning: Hard water leaves spots while it flows. So if you are using non filtered water (I mean hard water) then we recommend daily cleaning after use. It hardly takes a min to clean the faucet with a tiny towel. If you leave it for more than a month then cleaning the water spots will take your muscle. But if water isn’t hard then there’s no such issue at all.
Suggestion: Whenever we get stylish fittings anywhere in our houses, we always take care of that. Just like that, clean it after day long use once.
How to Fix Low Water Flow
A lot of users complain about low water flow through the pfister single control bathroom faucet. But do you know that there’s a fix of this? While reviewing Pfister single control centerset waterfall bathroom faucet we got the fix after a thorough technical reverse engineering. Go through the steps mentioned below to get a lot of water flow.
Reason Behind: On its user manual it’s mentioned that its flow rate (1. 2 gpm) compliant with California Energy Commission (CEC) water-efficiency standards. Maybe this is the reason why the company sends it like that with a conditional setting option.
An Allen wrench. Know more.
First, turn the valves of hot and cold water under the sink properly.
Now using the wrench we need to remove the handle and once we loosen the screw, it will enable it to pull up and down the handle.
The pfister single control bathroom faucet is adjusted with the counter top with the help of a ring. Unscrew it and a brass fitting will be exposed.
Unscrew the brass fitting also. There, we can see the full mechanism that actually controls the faucet. Once it’s pulled out a small round shaped and plastic made water flow restrictor will be exposed fully. This is what actually controls the water flow through the faucet.
TIP: If you are not finding it, just look for a plastic made part because it’s the only plastic made thing in the whole mechanism.
Now, we need to remove this with the help of needle nose pliers.
Remember: If you are removing it after installing the faucet then take a bit precaution because there must be some water and take your time to get water out.
Once done, lock the brass fittings and countertop ring back. Just reverse the unlocking process and turn the valves on. Check the water flow and adjust it manually turning the main valve of the faucet. That’s all. Now you will get ample water flow.
If you are looking for s stylish faucet for your newly designed bathroom and if you are really take care of the things properly then this Pfister single control bathroom faucet is an ideal kind for your necessity without any doubt.