sink & faucet. Saturday , April 01st , 2017 - 12:23:11 PM
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.
▣ An important factor is the quality of the sink. This directly relates to the material, i.e, the quality of the steel used to make the sink. Check the gauge of the steel, i.e., the thickness of the metal. Sinks are available in a variety of gauges, and differ according to the brand and purpose. A gauge is a numerical value that indicates thickness. The higher the number, lower is the thickness, while a smaller number indicates thicker steel. This is important because it determines the durability of the sink.
Take out the handle's center cover, also known as its screw cover. This cover is more like a decorative part which hides the handles retaining the screw beneath. Use a flathead screwdriver, and pry the cover gently so that it pops out.
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