You may remember that we’re smack dab in the middle of renovating a 1930’s in-law’s quarters to be my craft studio and since we’ve hit a bit of a snag with the floors (more on that later!), I thought it would be fun to change direction and work on something else for a little bit. Luckily, I had the opportunity to test out Pfister’s Clarify With Xtract™ 1-Handle, Pull- Down Kitchen Faucet and let me tell you, when you’re as worried as I am about the water integrity in an old cottage, this faucet is a dream!
Because both our house and cottage were built in the 30’s, we’ve been worried about the water integrity for a while now. The pipes are old so we’ve had to replace the majority of them but the main and foundation lines are original (aka prehistoric) and let off a good amount of junk into our water. We’ve had a filtration device in our house for a while now but getting clean water to the Craft Cottage was kinda put on the back burner. Not anymore!
Since I’ll be spending more time in the cottage, by myself and with my boys, having a water filter is essential. The amazing thing about Pfister’s Clarify With Xtract™ faucets (other than the hardcore dual filtration system!) is that with a simple twist of your wrist, you can have either filtered or non-filtered water so that I won’t have to waste the good water when I’m just rinsing my paintbrushes. Plus it’s 2x faster than conventional water filtration devices, super important when you’ve got impatient little monkeys who will die if they don’t get water right this second!
So, there you have it! The Craft Cottage may not have flooring or lights but at least we’ll be able to get a clean glass of water while slaving over the rest of the remodel. If you’re in the market for a new faucet and are tired of filling pitchers or buying plastic bottles, I highly suggest you check out Pfister’s Clarify With Xtract™ 1-Handle, Pull- Down Kitchen Faucet. Clean water was never so easy!