I'm glad you were able to fix your faucet! It's so satisfying to get a project finished.
Our kitchen job wasn't that expensive; we picked up the faucet at a salvage/resale shop for about $40. (The guy had a bunch of overstock faucets, most were brand new.) The aerator was $15 - kind of spendy, but we really like it - and the extra parts from Ace were less than $10.
Now we're considering what to do for the bathroom faucet, which leaks when it's turned on. I'd love to replace it, but I'm afraid the molded plastic sink would break if we try to remove it. Since we've just winterized the water system, we'll probably just try to repair it once spring rolls around.
There's always another project, isn't there?
Sean & Sharon
AIR #: 27389
TAC #: OR-3