So my kitchen pull out faucet head has developed a

DWQA QuestionsSo my kitchen pull out faucet head has developed a

So my kitchen pull out faucet head has developed a super annoying side spray somehow. Any suggestion on a possible fix or whether I can order the parts to fix this?

EDIT: no clog, the side spray is due to a hole or puncture.

So my kitchen pull out faucet head has developed a 1

21 Answers
answered 1 month ago

Take it to the Doctor, they have meds for that.

answered 1 month ago

Soak in CLR. That fixed a showerhead that did the same thing.

answered 1 month ago

Got the same problem in the morning sometimes 😔

answered 1 month ago

Hi try opening up the head and replacing the rubber bit or just cut that rubber bit off see if it solves the problem

answered 1 month ago

Put some nail polish on it just don’t clod the original hole

answered 1 month ago

Put a dab of super glue on the hole and call it a day

answered 1 month ago

Happens to me in the morning sometimes.

answered 1 month ago

Try and rub your finger over it like you’re washing a plate. Not too hard but hard enough to clean it. It could just be a little build up from hard water. You might be able to stick something small in the hole to clean it too. Just don’t cut the rubber doing so.

answered 1 month ago

I have well water 🙄 and have issues with buildup. I usually tie a baggie filled with vinegar around it and let soak overnight. Works for me

answered 1 month ago

It’s a mineral buildup. Just scratch it with your fingernail.

answered 1 month ago

Fill a baggie with vinegar n tie it around the faucet n let it sit for an hour or so

answered 1 month ago

Scratch that rubber piece with your fingernail. If it’s build up, you’ll knock it off, quickest fix

answered 1 month ago

What is the brand? Most faucets have a lifetime warranty and will replace the parts. If you are not the original owner, don’t tell them! Just say you can’t find the paperwork.

answered 1 month ago

Have you tried soaking or rubbing it with a toothbrush dipped in vinegar?

answered 1 month ago

Not my proudest fix, but struggled to get parts during lockdown, so “its on the list” as I keep telling my wife

answered 1 month ago

A mix of apple cider vinegar and soda. Put in a baggie or bowl and place faucet in to soak. It will be all fixed 😄

answered 1 month ago

I use a pin and clean it out. The rubber nozzles are easy to move around

answered 1 month ago

It looks like the rubber jet has a slit or hole in it.
See if you can get a new one from the manufacturer or if you don’t want to bother, you can cut it off.

answered 1 month ago

Put a dot of super glue to see if it can cover it

answered 1 month ago

Hard to tell but did the tiny rubber nozzle move out of place? Mine on my shower head do the sometimes and I just use my fingernail to push it back

answered 1 month ago

If there is a hole in the side of that one spot then just take a razor blade and cut it off flush.