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Brushed Nickel Faucet Warning

Updated on March 22, 2011

If you're considering the purchase of a brushed nickel faucet then I must warn you of the possible consequences. No, it won't make the water taste nasty. No, it won't fall apart in a few months. No, it won't be difficult to keep clean. The reason I must warn you is because it will look so darn amazing in your kitchen or bathroom that your wife or husband might want to switch to brushed nickel fixtures for the rest of the ever-loving house!

It's like opening Pandora's box, my friends. Once you've opened that door and allowed her or him to see the endless brushed nickel possibilities then you're done for. Now if you're a handyman and love nothing more than doing home improvement projects on the weekend then, by all means, get that brushed nickel faucet. But if you absolutely hate doing work around the house then stay away from it at all costs.

Okay, so I tricked you a little bit into reading this article, but I'm dead serious that if you have a nickel faucet it will darn-near make the rest of your home look like a shack.  You'll need to do some other upgrades afterward otherwise your home will look like a pig with a pearl necklace on - it just won't fit.  If you still have your mind made up, though, just take my word for it that faucets are much cheaper on the internet than in the stores.  They have less overhead than someplace like a hardware store so the savings are passed on to you.

Not only are there a plethora of good deals online for something like a brushed nickel faucet, but shopping for faucets on the internet has the added advantage seeing a wide array of shapes, sizes, and features.  If you do a search for nickel fixtures on the internet you'll have hundreds of unique products to sift through which is a good thing for the discerning buyer.

In conclusion, you don't have to be scared away from buying brushed nickel faucets or fixtures as long as you're willing to put in the time and money necessary to upgrade other faucets and knobs around the house.  Yes, they are that impressive, and they will go a long way in sprucing up the look of any kitchen or bathroom.


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