admin. sink & faucet. September 19th , 2017.
Its shiny surface and durable nature make it a popular choice. It is also considered a hygienic sink option, since it doesn't clog drains with nasty food bits.
After 10-15 minutes of soaking, scrub the pipes with a brush and get rid of all the grime, grease, and dust build up.
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.
Before you begin repairing the shower diverter, you need to know how to dismantle it properly. Never pull it out straight, or use hammers or hooks to remove it. All you need to do is use the appropriate gear, which is available in any hardware store and gently dismantle the piece. Once it is off, use a wrench to bend the metal tube behind the knob, and cut the caulk surrounding the metal plate. Doing so will provide you with a clear view of the diverter, following which, you may proceed with the repairs.
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