Have you ever spent time at the sink, judiciously adjusting the hot and cold water, to achieve that happy medium between “cold” and “scalding hot”? Well, we’ve been there too — and we’ve noticed that water streams down the sink in a meta-inefficient manner.
That’s why these faucet restrictors are so handy. They attach like a regular faucet aerator but the have an additional feature — a handle to turn the water off and on. Once you get the temperature right in the faucet, you can use the faucet restrictor to adjust the flow or shut the water off. They also save water because they use only 1.5-2.5 GPM (gallons per minute).