sink & faucet. Monday , October 31st , 2016 - 09:23:11 AM
Simply put, these sinks sit on top of the counter forming a rim that rests between the counter surface and the sink. They are also called drop-in sinks for the sole reason that they fall right into the allotted space on the kitchen platform. They are held in place using clips and screws and are relatively inexpensive to install.
▣ So, if you want a seamless look, opt for undermount models. Drop-in sinks help in keeping the water off the countertop. Choose whichever suits your needs and convenience.
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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