One of the most used features of the kitchen is the sink, and more specifically, the faucet. All hardware wear tap means you probably need to replace kitchen sink faucet at least once. You can easily do yourself, without calling a professional. Step by step to replace kitchen sink faucet:
- Short supplies of cold water and hot water under the sink and put a small bucket under the barrel, under the tap.
- Remove the retaining nuts holding the old faucet in place with a wrench jar.
- Disconnect the water lines that go to the tap. They also need to be removed with the ignition barrel. Any water in the pipes will now fall into the trough.
- Lift the tap of his taking over the jar of kitchen sink.
- Apply plumbers putty around the edge of the footprint of the old faucet. Press the gasket included with your new faucet in the putty.
- Replace kitchen sink faucet with new faucet into the jacks on the board.
- Ensures tap retaining hardware included with it.
- Hook the water tap with spanner jar. Connect the water lines to the inputs on the new faucet.
- Reactivates water supplies.