The Touchless Faucets Craze
Sanitation and proper personal hygiene have never been more important than during the COVID-19 outbreak. One of the ways that you can ensure better sanitation is through touchless (automatic) faucets.
When it comes to bathroom and kitchen faucets, you have hundreds of options. Until just recently, non-commercial faucets have only been manual, not touchless. Automatic faucets have been in public restrooms for decades. However, in the midst of a public health crisis, touchless faucets are finally becoming more desirable in homes.
When you go into a public restroom, you frequently find that the faucets don’t need to be touched in order to push out water. This helps to cut back on the number of people who are putting their dirty hands on a faucet, thus helping to reduce the spread of germs.
Something as simple as how we wash our hands seems like a bigger deal now more than ever, as we continually try to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Some areas have seen an increase in the sale of touchless faucets, as more people and companies shift to offer this more hygienic option.
About a year ago, hands-free faucets really weren’t an option for homes. Now, there are hundreds to choose from and because of their decades of use in public restrooms the tech is both good and cheap.
As homeowners upgrade their homes and companies look for ways to keep both employees and customers safe, touchless faucets are a great hygienic option for the future.
Featured image: Delta Dryden This is my favorite bathroom faucet. They are tricky to install, but if set up perfectly, Delta’s touchless technology works very well!