A: This swivel is one unit and should not be disassembled. To keep your aerator running smoothly you should occasionally soak your swivel spray in white vinegar and water, then use a soft toothbrush and go over the exterior and screens. Be sure to rinse it thoroughly before reinstalling to flush out any debris that may be inside the swivel.
A: Remove your old aerator from faucet, and be sure to remove any old washers that might be caught inside the spout. Clean the threads on faucet for easier installation. If your faucet spout has outside threads, unscrew adapter from the spray aerator and thread it onto the spout. If your faucet has inside threads, keep adapter in place with the washer on the top and install onto the spout by hand. Turn on your faucet, and if a leak occurs tighten more firmly.
A: No, just a very good , strong spray or stream whichever is desired.
A: This swivel spray is engineered with a pull down body that easily transitions from stream to spray. When the body of the swivel is in the up position air is introduced into the water to produce a soft stream. When it pulled down it creates a shower pattern spray which is great for washing your dishes.
A: Yes, the water comes out in little bubbles. I don't know about any videos.
A: It gives either a straight stream or a spray
A: No, it comes out like a shower head and they call it a bubble stream because that is the name of the company that makes it.
|Name||2.2 GPM Dual-Thread Double Swivel Spray Aerator||1.2 GPM PCA Water-Saving Swivel Spray Aerator in Black and Chrome||1.8 GPM Dual-Thread Swivel Spray Aerator in Brushed Nickel||1.5 GPM Dual-Thread On/Off Kitchen Swivel Spray Aerator|
|Application||Kitchen Sink,Laundry/Utility||Kitchen Sink||Kitchen Sink||Kitchen Sink|
|Thread Pitch (Threads Per Inch)||27||27||27||27|
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