Maryam Johanne. sink & faucet. July 10th , 2017.
Now, you need to remove the faucet handle. All handles have a screw, which is either superficial or concealed. Look around and locate the handle screw. Using the adjustable wrench, gently unscrew the handle. Taping the tip of the wrench with some duct tape can help in protecting the handle from developing scratch marks.
▣ Check for insulation options like sound-deadening pads. Most manufacturers provide options for sound control, as stainless steel sinks create more sound than other sinks.
If your kitchen sink is lightly stained, clean it with soap water and allow to drain. Then apply white vinegar, using a clean cloth and scrub well. Instead of vinegar, you can use baking soda. Sprinkle baking soda over the surface of the sink and scrub with a damp sponge. Wipe and dry the surface with a paper towel. You can use some oil to bring back the lost sheen. Pour some drops of oil on a clean cloth and polish the surface with it.
Use a screwdriver and slowly pry out the handle cover on the shower faucet handle. You will find the retaining screw beneath the shower handle cover. Remove this screw as well. Now pull the faucet off its stem so that you can see the shower head assembly.
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