Replacing kitchen faucet?

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Old 05-09-05, 03:25 PM
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Replacing kitchen faucet?

Hello:
I currently have a single handle kitchen faucet with a separate sprayer. I would like to replace it with a faucet with two handles (separate handle for cold water and a separate handle for hot water). Is this possible? How difficult is it to do? And, if I purchase a faucet without a separate sprayer what can I do with the hole in the sink that is left from the sprayer? Is there a "plug" that I can buy (the sink is a double bowl stainless)? Thanks!
 
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Old 05-09-05, 08:26 PM
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Yes. You can easily replace the faucet with a 2 handle faucet.


Most or all kitchen sink faucets are set at 8" centersets, meaning they are compatible with all kitchen sinks.



They make a c-o-c-khole cover for the remaining opening, might want to consider a lotion dispensor for the opening. Very useful application.
 
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