Hey. Hi. Hello.
I’m a water snob. Yep, I said it. I will stand at the fridge with the door wide open like the teenager I am at heart and evaluate my non-water options. Yanno, like wine. I usually opt for wine since it’s practically water. And delicious. And it gives me wings.
The kind of wings that make you vow to ‘never again’, if ya know whaddya mean.
Speaking of wine, Michael was so desperate to rid our home of bottled water that he was cool with manning the wifey post while I headed to California for a weekend full of liquid courage. He even installed my new Clarify With Xtract™ 1-Handle, Pull- Down Kitchen Faucet. I say mine loosely because we all know I don’t do dishes. Read: I don’t do any chores unless my life depends on it. Or my wine glasses are dirty and I can’t find my secret stash of plastic cups.
That being said, you should know my fancy faucet called for a bigger hole in our dinosaur of a sink. (No, that is NOT what she said.) Which required a diamond tip grinding wheel and a file. No big deal for handy husbands.
My water snob approved faucet also needed some room under the sink.
It didn’t need as much as the reverse osmosis
we he installed some months ago, but our cleaning supplies did get an overhaul. And so did the pile of wet rags he insists belong down there. As well as the three bottles of spray that all do the same thing. It makes no sense to me but I also don’t say anything because that is his domain.
I prefer to fly under the radar when it comes to chores.
I will never tell him this, and he doesn’t read anything I write, but I’m thiiiiisss close to using my new faucet for dishes. I like playing with the hose because I am forever splashing water on myself when I clean the sink.
Yes, I will clean the sink. Dirty sinks sans dirty dishes are disgusting. I can’t. Just, no. Keep your sink clean.
(And yes, that IS what she said.)
If you identify yourself as a water snob, you probably want to check out the Clarify With Xtract™ 1-Handle, Pull- Down Kitchen Faucet for yourself. It’s at Home Depot if you find yourself there every weekend because you also own a money pit of a home. I don’t want to twist your arm or anything, but I do own a reverse osmosis and a water filter faucet, and the faucet takes up half as much precious storage space and it’s tasty.