sink & faucet. Saturday , December 03rd , 2016 - 15:23:11 PM
After you remove the strainer, it would not be a bad idea to replace it, even if it is not the culprit for the leak. This is more so if it is damaged or rusty.
You can make a cleaning mixture by mixing one part hot water, one part white vinegar and half part baking soda. Scrub the sink with this mixture, using a clean cloth. Wipe it, when the mixture gets dry. Another homemade cleanser can be made with three parts of cream of tartar, and one part of hydrogen peroxide. Apply this mixture on the surface of the sink and scrub with a clean cloth. Let it dry, before removing with a damp cloth.
Use the mounting clips that come with the installation kit to pull down the sink. They should be installed beneath the countertop, with the help of a screwdriver.
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