Wife is after me to put in one of those under sink water filters for the
What we have now is a faucet that also has a spritzer hose on the right of
We never use it.
But, if one did want to use it, one has to turn on the cold water, then,
when the lever on the end of the retractable hose
is depressed, a diverter valve apparently built into the faucet assembly
diverts the water to the spritzer hose.
All the undersink models I've looked at show in their instructions hooking
it up to the normal
cold water supply line that feeds the faucet. The natural way to do it,
For a variety of reasons, it seems that it would be a lot easier for me to
the spritzer hose line to feed the filter.
This would necessitate turning on the regular cold water faucet, and then
depress the on-off handle on the new
spigot that would be replacing the spritzer hose (would go in the same
Is this a viable way of doing it ?
Any caveats, other than the fact that the normal cold water valve would also
have to be
turned on to use ?
Any thoughts on doing it this way ?