On average, a person uses 80-100 gallons of water per day. It includes water flowing from the flush.
From the shower heads.
And from the faucets.
Such a large amount of flowing water means maintenance issues. Over time, aerators of the faucets can get clogged with salt and mold deposits resulting in the inconsistent and slow flow of water.
What do you do? Easy, remove it and install a new one. And how? By using this faucet aerator key.
No need to poke compass ends or pencil tips into the aerator to remove the deposits (we know how desperate you can be in such a situation…spy eyes)
This faucet aerator wrench will fit a majority of aerator heads present in your house and the good thing is it will be a one-time investment.
What you’ll get:
Saves money: No need to call and pay a plumber to get your aerator changed now. With this tool, you can do it yourself.
Handles a variety of faucets: There are two variants and each one handles 2 different diameters. They are inscribed on the tool. It includes 20mm, 22mm, 24mm and 28mm diameters.
Doesn’t get misplaced: There is a hanging hole incorporated in the faucet aerator key. Hang it with a nail in your kitchen and bathroom and access it easily whenever required.