As I was getting coffee today to help jump start homework, I saw a commercial for the new Delta faucet that features their Touch2O technology. For those times that you want to wash your messy hands but not the handle afterwards, you can tap anywhere on the spout or handle to get the water flowing. Also convenient when your hands are full, it allows you to use your arms or wrist, also helping to reduce the spread of germs and bacteria. When washing dishes, it makes it especially easy to conserve water by providing an easy on/off that reduces the incentive to letting the water flow until done, even turning itself off if you forget. Also available, and better-looking in my opinion, is the Venuto Smart Touch kitchen faucet from Brizo. Like the Delta faucet, the Venuto faucet uses touch technology to make kitchen work that much easier.
[caption id="attachment_1913" align="aligncenter" width="500" caption="Pilar Kitchen faucet with Touch2O Technology by Delta"][/caption]
[caption id="attachment_1914" align="aligncenter" width="500" caption="Venuto Smart Touch Kitchen Faucet by Brizio"][/caption]