Aerators: They're Green and How to Keep them Clean

Aerators: They're Green and How to Keep them Clean

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Regina Yunghans
Jul 14, 2008

Aerators are on our faucets to put air in the waterstream, which increases pressure with less water. They can gunk up over time and cause low pressure that's solved by simply cleaning the aerator...

At True Value, read a how-to on removing and cleaning your faucet's aerator. Then check out tiramisu_addict's photostream on Flickr for info on green low-flow aerators that use 1GPM instead of the typical 2.2. Southern California Gas Company customers can even get the aerators free!

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