I need to replace my bathroom faucets. The ones I have now are Delta -
mid-price range. Something is happening that I have never seen before. They
are made out of chrome and the chrome seems to be peeling off. Don't know if
it's cheap faucets or something I cleaned them with. They are about 5 years
old. I've looked at replacements and really like a set made by Glacier Park
but it costs even less than what I paid for the ones I have and DH thinks I'm
wasting money because I'll (he'll) have to replace them sooner. Anybody on
here know what's causing the problem and have any experience with Glacier Park
Could you mean "Glacier Bay" from Home Depot? We have them in both
bathrooms in the gold trim, and one has been there for several years and
still looks and works like new...So far they seem pretty good...
Glacier "Bay" faucets (if my memory serves) are based on the Delta design and
will accept Delta parts. The peeling chrome on your current faucets is likely
due to contamination during the plating process and can affect any brand sold
at any cost.
I just pulled some off the internet for our new home. American-Standard
brand is what we're getting.
In particular, we chose the SEVA solid brass ones # 1480.104.002
These are the same ones we used in our last place.
I looked at Home Depot and a couple of competitors today and saw only cheap
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