Even if we only open the faucet when we need and never let the water running, we’re wasting water and money if we don’t have the right faucets aerators.
A low-flow faucet aerator is a solution to save water and money.
When you fully open it, the rate is of 4 gallons per minute with a classic faucet aerator, whereas if you place a low-flow faucet aerator, it will be 2.5 gallons per minute.
Follow our super easy steps to install one and save a lot.
- Use a wrench to unscrew the old aerator of your faucet
OUR EXPERT ADVICEHopefully it is not too full of limescale, because it was for us!
2. Take your new low-flow faucet aerator and place it on the of the spout
3. Screw it on
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Be careful while screwing it on and do it well for the water not too leak when you’re going to open the faucet.
… That’s all!
OUR EXPERT ADVICEWe change for a low-flow faucet aerator recently and the savings are amazing, the flow is lower so it can be annoying sometimes but you get used to it.