Originally Posted by cookiebush
Thanks for responding. My third one they upgraded me to the pull down version. It still drips a couple of times after shutting it off but no leaks under the cabinet like the original one. After doing more research it appears that with high arch faucets the small amount of water after the curve has nowhere to go except out the faucet and it is normal. I still think it's unacceptable especially for an RV faucet where extra water could be detrimental. I'll stick with it for now since the drips are smaller than the first and stops quicker. If not I'll end up buying a different style of faucet
We have high arch faucets in our home and our RV. None of them drip, even a little.
The first thing I do for any new RV is replace all the junk faucets with better quality residential faucets.
Next, I replace all the drawer and cabinet latches
Scott and Liz - Southern NM
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