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post #5401 of 7024
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I need some suggestions...

So new wife decided to get a kitchen faucet with a single hole design, but um, the current unit is a 2 hole design. She really wants to keep it, so before I impose my will does anyone have any ideas what I can do with the hole that used to contain the water supply?

I already have a soap dispenser, is there any nifty gadgetry I'm not aware of out there that I can install?

The old design is sorta like this:


Its its called a cock hole cover (seriously ) they are all over the internet and most hardware stores they come in all kinds of colors and quality.Buy a good one they are worth it. Or you could put a dish sprayer there

post #5402 of 7024
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Originally Posted by Numbernine View Post


Its its called a cock hole cover (seriously ) they are all over the internet and most hardware stores they come in all kinds of colors and quality.Buy a good one they are worth it. Or you could put a dish sprayer there

The unit has a sprayer built in already, though I suppose a 2nd sprayer is more useful than a 2nd soap dispenser.

I suspect I'm being setup by searching the internet for a "cock hole cover". Oh well, here goes.
post #5403 of 7024
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Pio's pool

Quite the opposite. The pool shall be nice but on the small side.

Btw, impressed over your knowledge of cock hole covers. wink.gif
post #5404 of 7024
Hot water faucet
Spray nozzle
Hand lotion dispenser so your hands don't dry out from the soap
post #5405 of 7024
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Btw, impressed over your knowledge of cock hole covers. wink.gif

I take pride in being one of the worlds foremost sources of totally useless information

post #5406 of 7024
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Originally Posted by Krish the Fish View Post

Hot water faucet
Spray nozzle
Hand lotion dispenser so your hands don't dry out from the soap

The hot water takes half a decade to warm up in my kitchen, unless I had one of those pre-heat mechanisms, which I'd probably not want to invest in.

Not too into hand lotion.


What did cross my mind is a sparkling water fountain. I could setup a CO2 tank under the sink and tie in a water line.
post #5407 of 7024
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Originally Posted by idfnl View Post

I need some suggestions...

So new wife decided to get a kitchen faucet with a single hole design, but um, the current unit is a 2 hole design. She really wants to keep it, so before I impose my will does anyone have any ideas what I can do with the hole that used to contain the water supply?

I already have a soap dispenser, is there any nifty gadgetry I'm not aware of out there that I can install?
Lol. You're asking the intent for suggestion on imposing your will over your wife's two holes? "Soap" dispenser works fine but you might need a gadget to plug that hole. This shit writes itself.

Your new wife is going to need a a cock hole cover? mazel tov, but you might want to keep that to your self.
Edited by NorCal - 10/15/16 at 11:21pm
post #5408 of 7024
Was going to say hot water on demand tap, how about just a filtered water tap?
post #5409 of 7024
R.O. reservoir.
post #5410 of 7024
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Originally Posted by NorCal View Post

bla bla bla

Up the dosage

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Originally Posted by Master-Classter View Post

Was going to say hot water on demand tap, how about just a filtered water tap?

I'm not much of an advocate for filtered water. Tap is fine. Nobody at the house buys into the filtered water stuff, so it wouldn't add value.
post #5411 of 7024
Having separate hand soap and dish soap dispensers is pretty luxurious.
post #5412 of 7024
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Originally Posted by idfnl View Post

Up the dosage
I'm not much of an advocate for filtered water. Tap is fine. Nobody at the house buys into the filtered water stuff, so it wouldn't add value.

LOl "buys into filter water stuff" what does that even mean? Chlorine tats like shit, so unless you're on a well there's nothing to buy into.

BTW, did you meet her online? Did you get a dog?
post #5413 of 7024
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Originally Posted by NorCal View Post

LOl "buys into filter water stuff" what does that even mean? Chlorine tats like shit, so unless you're on a well there's nothing to buy into.

post #5414 of 7024
Tap water in Scandinavia is the best I have ever tried. Tap water there (especially during Winter months) tastes as good or better than Fidji. It is simply fantastic and not within margin, even people skeptical or indifferent to taste of their tap would notice the water quality there.
Since I have moved to Belgium I filter all my drinking water here & even have filters to remove calcium from my shower taps. Belgium, Holland and N. France have too much chalk in the ground, and while it contributes to really good wines , it does nothing for your food, coffee/tea, hair or pots and pans.

As Russians say ,:" If you have not tried anything sweeter than carrots , carrots are the tastiest food in the whole World".
post #5415 of 7024
Where I live the water is super-hard with calcium. If you're building it's standard to have a water softener loop plumbed in at that time. If you don't treat calcium will build up on everything from glasses to shower walls. We use a salt ion exchange softener that does the entire house except for one line. That line goes to an RO under the kitchen sink with a three gallon reservoir tank to a spigot at the sink and it also feeds the ice maker in the fridge. The taste between untreated tap water and our RO water is impossible to miss.
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