I remodeled our master bath about a year ago. New whirlpool tub, new vanity and fixtures and limestone tile for shower surround and floor. Copper pipes to the faucet were not modified. I replaced the flex lines from the faucet shutoff to the faucet. For about 4 months we have had a horrible sulfur odor coming from the cold water supply. No other faucet in the house has this odor. Originally someone told me it was likely a manufacturing problem with the faucet and it was likely "delaminating". Their explanation sounded good enough to me and I replaced the faucet. 3 days later the smell was back. So over the weekend I replaced the flex line with a poly flex line. Now the smell is even worse.
There is nothing like the smell of sulfur when you're trying to brush your teeth at 5am!
The faucet is a PricePfister if that matters. Has anyone ever smelled this before? Any idea what could be causing the problem?