sink & faucet. Thursday , September 08th , 2016 - 10:23:11 AM
You must love grandma to the hilt to opt for a style that reminisces yesteryear kitchens. Typically made from enameled cast iron, these are large sinks that provide ample space to wash dishes. These so-called island sinks sit pretty on the cabinet, rendering a rustic touch to the room. You can opt for ceramic apron sinks or even one in natural stone to do up your kitchen.
After the nuts are removed, it will be easy to pull out the faucet stems from the wall. Do this gently, using the appropriate screwdrivers. You don't want to enlarge the hole in the wall. Otherwise, your new faucet might not fit in. If the stem has a retainer clip, then use needle-nose pliers to remove it.
The final step is to soak a towel or sponge with pure vinegar and run it over the counter and sink. This will not only disinfect it but also leave it shiny.
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