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Save water with a spraying faucet

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I've just stumbled upon this kickstarter.

The idea is to insert a little nozzle-like adapter to a faucet, which makes it spray water into fine mist.
They claim it takes 98% less water.

I guess there's a chance that this might take a little bit more time to wash a dish, in which case the 98% would be a little exaggeration. But I think it would still save a good amount of water.

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Looks like they have met their goal and will likely double it!

Wonderful product.  Wonder if they will expand to shower heads?
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