The upstairs bathroom had this vintage looking knob. Unfortunately, it rubbed up against the porcelain, so much so it actually scratched it. We had to disable the cold water. Obviously, we could not continue this indefinitely, especially if we plan to put the house on the market.
So I found something decent on Amazon which also has an option to hire a professional installation. They are doing this with a lot of things from video doorbells to wireless routers. Most are things I can easily do myself but this was something I just felt a pro should handle.
Good thing because the actual spigot that came with it was too small for the sink. It could work but would look kinda funny since it didn't have enough of a base.
So I had the guy use the old spigot but as many of the newer parts as he could. You cannot tell that these handles don't go with this spigot. And now we have cold water again. I brought Boris and Natasha upstairs and explained to them that they have to be very careful with the new hardware but they could enjoy cold water now.
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