Everything but the bathroom sink

United States
June 21, 2007 6:19pm CST
i know the saying is "everything but the kitchen sink", but i want to talk about bathroom sinks for a minute. i was washing grease off of my hands the other day and noticed that i was hitting the back of the sink and leaving grease stains.why do lavatory sinks have such short faucets? why can't they have a faucet that actually extends out into the bowl? i think i'll replace the sink with a double basin kitchen sink. i'm sure the wife will approve. NOT!! what is your opinion on lavatory faucets? if you haven't noticed, think about it next time you wash your hands. would you have a kitchen sink in your bathroom? enquiring minds want to know.
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@Nardz13 (5057)
• New Zealand
24 Jun 07
Hey. I often heard my grandma and my mom use this saying, and about the bathroom basin, when washing your hands it is quiet tight one, Ive often scrapped my hands on the taps because of this...
• United States
24 Jun 07
thank you for your comment, nardz. i was beginning to think there was only two of us in the whole world that noticed this. i'm sure that your mom and grandma were wise beyond their years.
• United States
22 Jun 07
I have large hands and have noticed that I cannot wash and rince my hands with out touching the back of the sink. It is probably because that way there is more room in front for washing things. I would not mind having a faucet like the doctors have where it goes high up and then down and is away from the back so that you do not hit you knuckles against the back of the sink
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• United States
22 Jun 07
exactly what i'm talking about. i have rather small hands and i still hit the back everytime. i suppose having a lot of room up front counts, so you don't spit toothpaste on the faucet while brushing. thanks for writing.
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