Just like pull-down faucets, the spray head detaches away from the main body giving you more space room to work with. However, unlike a pull-down faucet, the spray heads on these faucets are more maneuverable. Naturally, they are best suited to sinks that are small in size. With a good sized pull-out faucet you can clean large pots and pans that stick out of your sink.
For a typical homeowner, a pull-out faucet works best since you can use them to wash vegetables and even the countertop without feeling impeded in the process. Not to mention, they cost less than pull-down designs, which are more industrial in construction and functionality. Options in finishing and styling too are aplenty in this bracket.
Take a peek at our selection of pull-out kitchen faucets. I am sure you can find something that fits well into your existing kitchen. Remember, there are several finishes to each of the faucets I review here so once you have selected the right pull-out faucet, check whether the finishing your kitchen needs is in stock.