November 7, 2014
When handling raw meat or cleaning an accidental spill on the kitchen floor, sometimes its preferable to avoid touching anything, including the kitchen sink. Grohe’s Ladylux Café Touch provides a solution, allowing users to turn on the faucet with an elbow, forearm or the back of the hand. Incorporating Touch technology, the faucet can be turned on by touch or by using a conventional handle. When the Touch technology is used, the faucet automatically releases cold water for reasons of user safety. The new model also comes with a pullout dual spray, which has been redesigned with a cleaner spray head and a new dual-control button with a locking feature. Available in brilliant chrome or stainless steel.
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