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Add A New RV Bathroom Faucet For A More Beautiful RV Bathroom


Your RV is your home away from home. You would not outfit your home bathroom with strictly functional faucets; you certainly would not deck out your motorhome with RV bathroom faucets that are unattractive. That is why there are many different options for aftermarket replacement faucets that you can use for your beloved motorhome.

Amazon.com is a reputable outlet for a wide range of products for sale at or near wholesale prices. Here you will find the Classical RV Lavatory Faucet Set for the sink. This set will look great in your travel trailer or RV, whether you drive or pull an Airstream, Fleetwood, or Monaco. It is made by Dura and is available in nickel, chrome,or oil rubbed bronze, and it sells for $27.00.

At rvsupplyparts.com, specializing in RV parts and supplies, you will find the RV Bathroom Lavatory Faucet. This four-inch faucet features a bone finish on the knob and smoky opaque knobs. This simple, unassuming faucet is at home in a Class A Winnebago as much as it is in a Class B Prevost. It sells for $16.71.

You can dress up your bathroom in your Class C, B, or A motorhome with the addition of the StoneCrest 4-inch Brushed Nickel RV Lavatory Faucet With Shower Diverter. This modern fixture looks sleek and stylish and serves a dual purpose because you can add a hand held shower head that attaches to the spigot. This is a great option for an RV owner whose bathroom space is limited. Put it in your bathtub to create a shower space where there once was none. You can purchase this product at mobilehomepartsstore.com for $14.97.

One of the top suppliers of new and used RV parts and accessories, rvpartscenter.com, offers the Phoenix Single 4-inch RV Lavatory Faucet with a chrome finish. This is a washerless single lever faucet. The base boasts a shiny chrome finish, and the knob is a clear plastic hexagon. It includes a chrome plated brass drain flange and is for sale for $76.44.

The RV Lavatory Faucet from Utopia combines the classic with the contemporary. This product is proof that you do not have to spend a lot of money to add aftermarket fixtures to your Monaco, Holiday Rambler, or Itasca. This faucet is available in three combinations: Chrome with clear handles, white with smoke handles, or parchment with smoke handles. All three are sold at camperpartsworld.com for $13.99.

Give your RV bathroom a dressy new accessory by adding the Phoenix Single Handle Lavatory Faucet in Polished Brass. It works with the same valve as is used in kitchen valves. You can find this product through a number of specialty retailers, including adventurerv.com, where it is sold for $76.99.

For a clean, sleek look, you may prefer the stark white Classical RV Lavatory Faucet. Available at durafaucet.com, this fixture does nothing to take away from the décor of your bathroom but rather adds a certain cleanness to your overall décor. It is made entirely of durable plastic sells for $16.50.


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