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Automatic Faucet Control
Save water and while making it easier to turn on and off!

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Price: $24.95

Product Code: MC-0037

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Automatic Faucet Shut-Off Control Valve for Seniors

For those who have trouble adjusting the water temperature, turning the handles, or those who forget and leave the water running the Automatic Faucet Control will help!

This clever device screws right onto the end of the faucet (replacing the existing aerator). Turn the water on by moving the wand... release the pressure from the wand and the water shuts off!

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Fitting Guide

Anti-Scald Fitting

The most basic thing you need to know about your faucet in order to add an Anti-Scalding device is the threading - either male or female. If your faucet has threads on the outside, it is male threaded - which means you need to use just the FEMALE threaded component. Conversely, if your faucet has threads on the inside, it is female threaded and you'll need to use the included MALE threaded adapter. Our anti-scald devices work on both MALE and FEMALE faucets and pipes!

Our Anti-Scald devices work on "REGULAR" size plumbing. Typical "REGULAR" size for a faucet aerator is 15/16" male threaded or 55/64" female threaded, while "Junior" size is 13/16" male threaded or 3/4" female threaded. Some faucets use a smaller "Tom Thumb" metric-size aerator, which is M18x1 male threaded or M16x1 female threaded. If your faucet or pipe is not "REGULAR" you will need an additional adapter. But wait! Before you get out your tape measure, there's a very easy way to tell what size your plumbing is.

Example of faucet sizes

First, take the existing aerator off your faucet - usually these just unscrew, although you may need a wrench if it's on tight. Then grab some spare change from the couch or your rainy day jar, specifically a quarter, a nickel, and a dime. Place the coins over the aerator. If your current aerator is about the size of a quarter, you have a "REGULAR" sized fixture!

If it's about the size of a nickel, you have a "Junior" size aerator. If your aerator is approximately the size of a dime, you have a "Tom Thumb" size aerator. Both "Junior" and Tom Thumb" sizes will need an adapter that you can purchase from the hardware store.

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5 of 5 fantastic water saver June 21, 2023
Reviewer: Capt mark from Branford, CT United States  
We use these on our boat to save water and I have many friends who have well water and have started to use them too.  Literally a one minute installation, just unscrew the old aerator and install this "wiggler".