admin. sink & faucet. September 23rd , 2017.
Stainless steel is a steel alloy with 11% chromium. The chromium in stainless steel forms a film of chromium oxide over the surface of the metal, so that it is not exposed to air and water, that can trigger corrosion. This alloy is used for manufacturing various products, especially cutlery. Stainless steel sinks are among the most commonly used products of this alloy. The main reason for its popularity is its durability, as compared to other materials, like porcelain and cast iron. Stainless steel is rust-resistant, and retains its luster for a longer period. It is perfect for making deeper sinks, as it is strong enough to hold more utensils and can match almost all types of interior decor.
As soon as you remove the handle, you will be able to see the cartridge. So remove the cartridge with the help of pliers and also remove the retaining clip.
After removing the access panel, check what type of system your faucet has. It most probably will have a two-valve one. Now what you do is, remove the cap of the valve, so that the handle screw beneath it gets exposed. Remove the handle for this handle screw.
▣ Undermount or drop-in models? Choose the ones that blend with your kitchen design. Undermount models create a seamless look, as they are installed below the countertop. Drop-in sinks have flanges around its perimeter which helps it fit into the countertop.
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