sink & faucet. Wednesday , October 12th , 2016 - 17:23:09 PM
Salt is commonly used in kitchen cleaning. Pour a cup of salt along with boiling water into the drain. Leave it for 15 minutes and rinse the sink with hot water.
Imagine, you turn on the faucet and water gushes out like a waterfall! You will certainly not appreciate that. Here is where aerators come into picture. These devices evenly distribute the water flow and water then comes out in the form of droplets. These are an efficient way of saving water and also reduce splashing. The amount of water passing through them is controlled and measured using the unit, 'gallons per minute (GPM).' Such devices are also an efficient way of reducing your utility bills.
Check if the cartridge is damaged or is attacked by mildew. Consider cleaning the cartridge under running water. If the damage is irreversible may be you will need to replace the entire unit. If it is not, then simply remove the O-ring made of rubber. Remove the old one and fix a new one in its place. This will most probably solve your leaking problems.
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