I have a pretty basic 2 basin, 3 faucet hole sink, nothing special. Anyway,
seeing how it's almost impossible to find a modern faucet that doesn't have
an aerator attachment, I figure what the heck.
Assuming it's even a good idea, how would I do that. It's a basic enameled
metal sink, ample room on sink shelf for the aerator attachment. Just so
we're clear, there is NO room on the counter for the aerator - the sink
fills the space.
Again, assuming its a good idea, what size drill bit would I need for the
hole, and what kind of bit would I need? What possible gotcha's should I
look out for and how close to the faucet holes should I make the aerator