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DANCO Sink Spray Head in Chrome
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DANCO

Sink Spray Head in Chrome

$7.97 /each

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The DANCO Faucet Spray Head offers versatility in a kitchen. It may be used to rinse dishes and sinks as it extends the flow of water from a faucet. It is able to replace most existing faucet side sprayers.

  • Durable plastic construction
  • Universal style for maximum compatibility
  • Attaches to an existing spray hose
  • Replaces thumb-control spray-head
  • Chrome finish

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How strong is the spray coming from the nozzle when you squeeze it to rinse the dishes? It is for my Kitchen sink. I want a good water pressure.

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I am looking at a Danco product item # Model 8870 - SKU # 5822407
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September 3, 2016
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Thank you for your inquiry. Assuming you have adequate pressure to begin with, this sprayer should have sufficient force for rinsing dishes.
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August 29, 2016
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The spray on my nozzle is fantastic. The spray will be a strong as the water pressure is for your house.
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The pressure is fantastic. I have deep double sinks and use the sprayer daily to rinse the sinks.
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Will this attach directly to the hose - I have a leak very near the head.

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Landing, NJ 07850
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August 3, 2016
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Installed this directly to the hose and have no more leaks.
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Hampton, VA
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December 9, 2015
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Yes, if the hose is not frayed or in some need of repair. The spray head comes in two pieces and I only had to attach part of it to my original spray head.
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October 2, 2015
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Thank you for your inquiry. Yes, this attaches directly to most side spray hoses.
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do this sprayer screw on or what?

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March 15, 2014
Never done before replaced a sprayer, so, I don't really know if my original does either.
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The sink spray head is screwed onto a base, and the part of the base which fits around the hose must be forced into it. I'm no expert, but the lever of the spray head fulfilled my needs because I simply attached that part temporarily to my old head. I was glad that each part of the new was the same as my old spray head. In other words, the sink spray head has three parts; the lever, the top with a screw Read More
The sink spray head is screwed onto a base, and the part of the base which fits around the hose must be forced into it. I'm no expert, but the lever of the spray head fulfilled my needs because I simply attached that part temporarily to my old head. I was glad that each part of the new was the same as my old spray head. In other words, the sink spray head has three parts; the lever, the top with a screw attachment to a base into which a hose may be inserted. Read Less
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It screw on and was installed in a minute or so.
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Thank you for your inquiry. There is a large nut on the hose that attaches this sprayer to the hose.
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I can't seem to get this on the hose far enough to place the C clip on the hose.. Am I doing something wrong...

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September 28, 2016
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had the same problem until I removed the washer inside. Once that was done, spray head will slip right on.
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September 16, 2016
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Thank you for your inquiry. On the sprayer end of the hose, there should be a plastic nipple with an o-ring. The nipple needs to be at least 5/8 inch long to pass through the sprayer ferrell nut so the clip can be installed. If the length is to short, it might not be compatible with your hose. To learn more about the installation of the Danco Sink Spray Head in Chrome (model # 88760) to see installation Read More
Thank you for your inquiry. On the sprayer end of the hose, there should be a plastic nipple with an o-ring. The nipple needs to be at least 5/8 inch long to pass through the sprayer ferrell nut so the clip can be installed. If the length is to short, it might not be compatible with your hose. To learn more about the installation of the Danco Sink Spray Head in Chrome (model # 88760) to see installation instructions and a helpful video to aid you in your DIY installation. Read Less
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