I searched everywhere for the perfect tap for my kitchen renovation. This one jumped out at me - streets ahead in appearance and perfect for an industrial styled kitchen. It was great that there were two different heights to choose from. It was important that the operating lever could be easily used when holding other objects. It can! It takes a little while to get used to as there is always a little water left in the tap after it is turned off, but that's normal and not a problem. All in all it is just what we wanted and works brilliant with a deep sink as you can get anything underneath it or swivel it around to suit.
After what I must say was a reasonably short internet search looking for a mixer tap to replace a very stylish but old (22 years) kitchen mixer tap; that at least offered us a 15 year guarantee, we came across this Cross-water Cucina at a very sensible price. Order duly submitted over the last bank holiday weekend, and was dispatched and received very promptly. It was fitted within 1/2 of our local registered plumber turning up and I must say that we are very pleased with the result. Here's hoping that it will last as long as its predecessor.
This tap is just gorgeous to look at and of optimal quality. It is made of brass with a brushed stainless steel finish, making it equally hard-wearing and stylish. It's an excellent example of how chunkiness can look beautifully bright, ensuring durability and sophistication. Interesting to see how anyone new to our kitchen would always comment on the fantastic tap.
This tap looks very good. The finish goes very well with the brushed steel effect of many hobs and ovens. Easy to clean due to the small number of parts.
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How do I change the ceramic cartridge valve on this single lever tap?
Please refer to the attached image and follow the instructions. To change the cartridge, you need to unscrew the pin lever parts 14 and 13 to remove the handle. Then 11 and 10 need to be unscrewed to enable the cartridge to be pulled out.
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