Cover Extra Faucet Holes without Replacing the Countertop
When upgrading to a new kitchen faucet, you may be left with a few extra holes in your sink rim or countertop, especially when moving from a widespread to a single-handle faucet. Instead of replacing the sink or countertop, an escutcheon is an easy way to keep extra faucet holes protected. That way, water, food scraps, and debris will not fall into the holes.
Kitchen escutcheons are thin metal strips that sit on either side of the kitchen faucet. Choose an escutcheon that matches the finish of your sink or faucet and your extra faucet holes will disappear!