My old faucet was simple and it did it’s job. It was just your average stainless steel faucet. Secretly I’ve drooled over the pull-down models for what seems like forever now. Just about every trip to to our home improvement store had me swinging down the faucet aisle to ogle over these beauties.
When I decided to freshen up our kitchen, I knew I wanted to start with the sink area. I knew I wanted a brushed bronze faucet and it just had to be a pull-down one. So when this beauty arrived from Pfister, I fell in love with it the minute I opened the box.
The true test came when we saw how easy it was to install. Now I’m not a home improvement guru by any means and my DIY projects have been limited to crafts and things of that nature so when I say the install was a breeze, I mean it was really easy.
We had this baby installed in under fifteen minutes. It would have been much quicker too if removing our old faucet didn’t take so long. I had trouble loosening one of the bolts holding it on and spent way to much time trying to get it off.
Once it was on, it instantly made a difference in the kitchen. As soon as you walk in, you notice it and all it’s gorgeousness.
It has 3 different spray forms – stream, spray and HydroBlade a powerful, concentrated spray to power through stuck on food and dirt. With just a push of a button you can instantly switch between streams to make doing dishes a breeze.
I’m going to be honest and say I love this faucet. I’ve even cut down on using my dishwasher. Now I actually want to wash the dishes by hand just so I can play with my new faucet.
I was worried that it wouldn’t pair with my stainless steel sink but it actually looks great with it. Although I secretly want a black sink to pair with it now.
It comes with a handy soap dispenser that sits under the sink where my sprayer went. I can just fill it with soap and it’s ready to go.
Maintenance wise, it’s super easy to clean and my only regret is not getting this beauty sooner. We installed ours with the added deck plate but if you have an undermount sink, it can be installed without it.
Next up, I’m tackling the backsplash to cover up the unsightly mess that it is now. Before I go, I have one important question Should I pair it with a black sink or keep the stainless steel? I’d love to hear your thoughts!
To learn more about this faucet or other products from Pfister, be sure to visit their website and the Pfister Glenfield Pull-Down Faucet.
Disclosure: I was provided this faucet to facilitate this review. All opinions are my own.