I was over the moon when Pfister contacted me to review one of their faucets and join their Friends of Pfister Blogger Team.
When we moved to this house the kitchen was not pretty... pinkish "white-washed cherry" cabinets, beat up linoleum floors, ugly green paint and missing most appliances. We blew through our kitchen budget money quickly by installing hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, glazed the kitchen cabinets and painted the walls. (Here's a peak at the whole kitchen.) We hated the builder-grade faucet but it worked so we left it for another time.
I chose the Pfister Wheaton and absolutely LOVE it!
Here's a before picture of my faucet, not terrible but definitely nothing fancy.
I love my new Pfister faucet because it has 2 spray options and WAY better water pressure.
The spray feature is really powerful and switches on easily at the back of the spray nozzle.
The head of the sprayer detaches for easy cleaning of dishes, fruits and vegetables, etc.
And I'm telling you what... this sucker is so powerful it will spray all the way across the room and I know this from experience. ( My little guy decided to "wash the sink" for me and gave the kitchen a good hose-down.)
Since I no longer needed my junky little sprayer that didn't work and leaked water all the time I got to replace it with a built-in matching soap dispenser that came with my faucet. It's handy to keep dish soap in it instead of having a big bottle sitting there. And, it's one less thing to put away each day.
Installation was very easy, in fact it was harder to remove the old faucet than to install this one. We had to break the old one just to get it out. The Pfister faucet came with easy to follow instructions and took about 15-20 minutes to install.
I love my new faucet and how it gives my kitchen a little bit more of a polished and modern look.
I'm super excited to give one of you the opportunity to pick out your own Pfister faucet up to $300!
Just enter in the Rafflecopter below. Good luck!!!
**The Giveaway is open to those legal residents of the U.S. residing in the 48 contiguous states (excluding Rhode Island), Alaska, Hawaii, and the District of Columbia who are 18 years or older. - See more at: http://blog.pfisterfaucets.com/designlux-giveaway-terms-and-conditions/#sthash.GTg5e3rl.dpuf
**I received a faucet to review but no compensation, all opinions are 100% mine. Read my full disclosure policy here.