If you've ever tried wrestling a large pot under a conventional kitchen faucet,
you'll understand why your customers might request one of the new European pullout
kitchen faucets. By combining the sprayer and the faucet, companies like Grohe
America (900 Lively Blvd., Wood Dale, IL 60191; 708/350-2600) have made it easier
to wash dishes, scrub vegetables, or fill big pots and buckets — without trying
to fit them into the sink. The deck is less complicated as well, since there's no need
to install a separate sprayer. That can mean room for a soap dispenser.
Grohe's Ladylux, manufactured in Germany, lets the user select a spray