sink & faucet. Tuesday , February 07th , 2017 - 13:23:09 PM
Heavy-duty, long-lasting, and versatile, stainless steel sinks are the preferred choice when it comes to kitchen sinks. These sinks require an extra effort to be kept immaculately clean at all times, considering that they are immensely prone to scratches.
Step #2: With a wrench, open the faucet and let the extra water pour out of the pipes. Wipe the excess water off an old cloth. Find the screw(s) that keep the faucet in place and see if you will require a flat-head screwdriver or some other screwdriver to open it.
The next step is to fix the new faucet. Take a screwdriver and begin slowly fixing the new faucet stem to the base that you extracted. Fit it perfectly. Then, beginning with the last part that you removed, fix back everything in reverse order. If there are extra spaces in the wall after you have fixed the new faucet (which should not happen if you have bought a new faucet of the same size), you can seal them up with good quality putty. This will prevent any leakage of water.
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