Basin faucet: It is installed on the washbasin for cold water, hot water, or a mixture of hot and cold water. The main body is made of brass, and the exterior is chrome-plated, gold-plated, and painted with various colors of metal. There are also basin faucets equipped with a falling water lift rod, which can be directly pulled to open the sink of the washbasin to discharge sewage. This faucet is matched with the bathroom vanity and is used to wash clothes and wash your face. Therefore, it is practical and harmonious to choose a faucet with a short and low spout, but pay attention to leaving enough space for washing. After locking this type of faucet, first, check whether the faucet mounting hole of the basin is a single hole or a three-hole, and then select the faucet according to the actual situation.
Kitchen faucets: If you have hot water lines in your kitchen, this type of faucet should also be a duplex. Exceptionally, kitchen faucets have taller, longer spouts, and some have hoses designed to allow you to wash your food. The spout should also be long, preferably extending over the drain, and no splashing.
Bathtub faucet: It is installed above one side of the bathtub and is used to open a mixture of hot and cold water. At present, there are more ceramic valve core single-handle bathtub faucets on the market. It adopts a single handle to adjust the water temperature and is easy to use; the ceramic valve core makes the faucet more durable and watertight. The valve body of the bathtub faucet is mostly made of brass, and the appearance is chrome-plated, gold-plated, and various metal baking paints. This type of faucet must have two water outlets, the lower one to fill the bathtub and the other to connect the shower. After recognizing it, you should also pay attention to the length of the spout of the faucet is slightly longer than the width of the edge of the bathtub, so as to ensure that the water will not flow outside when filling.