I just installed a new bathroom faucet and I'm having difficulty in regard to having good control of the water flow/pressure with the handles:
The faucet has a hot and a cold handle. The handles turn 90 degrees from closed to full open. The problem is that adjusting the water flow only seems to take place on about 30 degrees of the turn, with the remaining 60 degrees letting the water out at full blast. This makes it extremely difficult to adjust the water without temperature across the two handles....it's usually too hot or too cold since it requires such fine tuning to get it just warm.
At first, I thought I could just limit the water by closing the shutoff valves under the sink a little, but everyone seems to advise against that, seems like those should always be fully open. And nobody seems to complain about this issue on the reviews of the faucet.
Is there any way to correct this?