admin. sink & faucet. October 01st , 2017.
If your kitchen sink is lightly stained, clean it with soap water and allow to drain. Then apply white vinegar, using a clean cloth and scrub well. Instead of vinegar, you can use baking soda. Sprinkle baking soda over the surface of the sink and scrub with a damp sponge. Wipe and dry the surface with a paper towel. You can use some oil to bring back the lost sheen. Pour some drops of oil on a clean cloth and polish the surface with it.
Once you have removed the handle, inspect it thoroughly. Use the dry cloth to clean the insides of the handle and remove all traces of accumulated dirt and grime.
From time to time, pour some salt water solution down the drain. This will help to control the grease buildup and stop the odors as well.
Step #7: If the new faucet requires screw covers or bolts (over the end of screws), then slide it under the sink and install it along with the washers. Tighten the washers and screw covers or bolts near the base so it can hold your new faucet properly.
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