Pedestal Sink and Water Fall Faucet


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Old 01-19-23, 07:33 AM
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Pedestal Sink and Water Fall Faucet

I am remodeling my bathroom. I don't have a lot of room and I have to use a pedestal sink to save room. I really like the waterfall faucets, but will those splash to much on that type of sink?
 
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It's all about the size and shape of the bowl and how the faucet dispenses the water. The pedestal underneath has nothing to do with it.
 
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Something like this? We have similar in master bath, more squarish, but it flows out as a soft stream. We have a convention faucet in the half bath with pedestal sink, it comes out with more force, but neither one splash.


 
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Marq1, yes a facuet like that one. Thanks.
 
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If the water splashes too much or shoots out too far from the faucet you can partially close the shutoff valves under the sink (behind the pedestal).
 
 

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