sink & faucet. Tuesday , October 18th , 2016 - 08:23:11 AM
If you find that the threading has loosened or has worn out, remove it and replace it with regular plumbing threads. Make sure you wrap it tightly around the stem or else it may get entangled with some other internal components.
Above all, a stainless steel sink is easier to clean. Even though, the name of this alloy is 'stainless', it does not imply that its products are stainproof. Hence, a stainless steel sink can get stained and lose its sheen; and needs regular cleaning to retain its looks. So it must be cleaned regularly.
Inspect the rubber washer. From whatever little plumbing experience that I have, I have seen that most faucet leakages are caused by worn out washers and threads. Just looking at the washer itself will give you a good idea of whether it is in good condition or not. Replace the worn out washer with a new one of the same size and thickness.
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