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get the right fit

Is your faucet FilterBaby compatible?

FilterBaby currently is compatible with 98%-99% of USA's faucets with a circular faucet tip.

Feel free to go through this quick checklist to verify your compatibility. 

FilterBaby is NOT compatible with threadless, pull out, hand-held, spray-style, sprinkle, most kitchen faucets or faucets with a sensor.

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Check if your faucet is compatible with FilterBaby

A 3-step checklist to help verify your faucet compatibility. 

step one

Confirm your Faucet has a Removable Aerator

There are two types of aerators:

1. Standard Aerators have an external tip that can be removed by using your hand to twist off. If it's screwed on too tightly, use a pair of pliers to remove. 

2. Hidden Aerators are built into the aerator internally and do not stick out. These require an aerator key to remove. No worries, we've included these keys in your Filterbaby box. 

step two

Confirm your Aerator has Threads

Threads are the raised lines that circle your aerator. Confirm that your aerator has threads either on the outside or inside. This is what helps our adaptors attach to your faucet.

If you've verified both steps, then there's a 98% chance Filterbaby is compatible on your faucet. In the chance it does not fit, we have several external adaptors for non-standard faucet sizes we can send to customers. Just simply reach out to us at and we will help you troubleshoot. 


FilterBaby Compatible Faucets

Incompatible Faucets

Faucet doesn't fit? Don't Worry!

Scroll down to the bottom of this page to see FilterBaby's approved faucets from Amazon and switch out your faucet. It's SOOOO worth the switch! 

Not the right fit for your faucet? Don't worry!

Shop these easy to install bathroom faucets

filterbaby-approved faucets

Did you know that you should replace your faucet every 10-20 years?

If you have hard water, you may need to replace it even more often. The mineral build up in your faucet  reduces water pressure, irritates your skin, and can even lead to a pipe burst.

Browse our FilterBaby-approved bathroom faucets below to find the perfect faucet for your aesthetic and your new skincare routine.

a light blue illustration of a single hole faucet.

Single Hole Faucets are the most common type of bathroom faucet. If your faucet is a single piece with a handle on top, you likely have a single hole faucet.


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