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Best design and overall quality I've been able to find
on August 14, 2017
Update 5 months in
The hose is showing major corrosion despite little water being leaked from the sprayer down to the hose.
I've had this sprayer for over two months now and couldn't be happier! After trying different brands at my family members places, I'm convinced that this design is the most practical and gives good control over how much the water sprays.
You don't really need any tools to install this unless your original nuts and bolts are screwed very tightly. I highly recommend not putting a lot of pressure on all the components of both the toilet and this sprayer during installation. Just enough to prevent any leaks. Don't manhandle it.
I've never had to deal with any leakages not even a single drop because of how I've adjusted the valves. Both the main and the sprayer valve should not be opened more than half.
You don't want that much water pressure building and staying in there when the sprayer is not being used. You also don't want the sprayer to explode and spray everywhere the second you try to use it.
So it's best both to avoid leakage and over spraying to keep both valves at half or even less. I use the sprayer to wash off so I can understand why some need to leave the valve open all the way and need all the pressure they can get to wash off dippers.
To those people, as much as it's a pain in the ars, you may have to open and close the valve for each use to avoid any leakage.