sink & faucet. Friday , October 21st , 2016 - 10:23:09 AM
When it comes to kitchen sinks, we know that stainless steel is the way to go, because of its classy look, ease in cleaning, durability, and quality. It is resistant to cracking and peeling. It is also a budget-friendly option. So, is there anything else that needs to be considered? Yes there is. A major factor being the size of the sink, after which, one has to decide between a one or two sink bowl.
After you remove the faceplate, you will see a small screw. Remove it gently, and keep it aside, as you will need it later. Dismantle the escutcheon, which is the face plate around the fixture, by simply popping it off the wall.
Usually, the faucets are not attached to the sink but are attached in the wall. If the faucet comes in the way of removing the sink, then it will have to be temporarily removed, using a pipe wrench, after you have disconnected the water supply line. If the faucet is attached to the sink, then it will have to be removed and reattached to the new one. In that case, attach the faucet before you put the sink in place.
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