I am having a faucet issue. We have some serious hard water issues in this apartment, and weird faucets.
I got the white plastic faucet adaptor (G- http://www.drsfostersmith.com/produc...pc=1&N=0&Nty=1)
It is not working. My faucet doesn't have the threaded part or just a tiny bit. What do other people do for this?
Kitchen sink with and without part screwed in:
Bathroom with and without:
Would the E or F option of adaptors work better? Anyone know? I am completely lost and can't find these in my area.
In this picture, you will need either part G or part F, and you said you have part G, so that is the correct part.
Also, in the above photo, you can see in part H exactly how it will look on your kitchen faucet, because that is the same type of kitchen faucet as yours. In your second photo, it looks like you did not completely REMOVE the parts, therefore there is nowhere to attach the adapter. You have to UNSCREW that metal-threaded tip that is still on the faucet in your second photo. Then there will be a hole that the adapter will actually screw into inside the faucet, as you can see in the above photo in part H.
The plastic part you bought (part G) should work, but if for some reason it's not threading on, applying some vaseline to the threads before you screw it in helps. Or, you could go to any hardware store and get a brass one (part F).
Now, for your bathroom faucet...
You have to remove EVERYTHING. When you unscrew the tip of the faucet, there will be a small metal screen inside, AND A BLACK RUBBER RING WASHER. I can see that the rubber washer is STILL IN IT in your photo. You have to pull that out too. When you do, there will be nothing but a hole with threads, and that is what the adapter threads onto.
Your bathroom faucet is identical to mine and I just went and got my hose and adapter and pump and hooked it all up, just to make sure I could describe it well in writing. I'll take some pictures..