A Pull-Out Bathroom Faucet for a ‘New Age Mama’


One thing that the Professor loves to see in a product, whether it’s a toilet or a faucet or a computer, is a convenient, multi-purpose feature that makes life easier for a wide variety of people in a wide variety of ways. And if that product also helps to protect the environment in some way, all the better.
The OutReach pull-out bathroom faucet
Recently the Professor found a kindred spirit in Laura DeLuca, the writer behind the blog New Age Mama. Laura reviewed the WaterSense-certified OutReach bathroom faucet for her blog and clearly shares the Professor’s appreciation for the faucet’s innovative design. She was also kind enough to take a moment to answer a few questions about her blog and how the OutReach fits into her life as a ‘new age mama.’

1. Why did you start your blog, and what is your favorite thing about blogging?

I started my blog while I was on bed rest during my last pregnancy and needed something to do. I love all the interesting people I’ve met and all the amazing products that I’ve been one of the first to try out.

The New Age Mama logo2. How do you decide what to write about on your site?

I only review products that I know my family will actually be able to use on a regular basis so that I can give it a fair and honest review.

3. Did anything surprise you about the OutReach faucet?

I was surprised at how quickly my husband was able to install it.

4. How does the OutReach faucet help make your life as a mother easier?

I can now give my baby a bath in the bathroom sink and rinse her off with no problems. It’s much easier than having to bend down in the bathtub or having to carry all the bath stuff down to the kitchen.
The OutReach bathroom faucet
5. Anything else you’d like to share?

Working with American Standard was a pleasure. Everyone was very kind and courteous and stayed on top of things.

This post is the second in a series of the Professor’s interviews with bloggers who have reviewed the OutReach bathroom faucet. The Professor previously interviewed Deborah Sloan of Baba’s Farm Life.

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