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Downstairs Bathroom Plumbing


Downstairs Bathroom Plumbing

I picked these taps up in a architectural salvage place for $15. They're extremely heavy, mad in the US and have no plastic parts; They're chrome plated stainless steel. The taps I took out that were installed by the previous owner were pot-metal and plastic junk, half eaten away and needed a new cartdidge. For $5 more than repairing that crap I have decent metal ones instead.



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