Kitchen Faucet. Tuesday , December 13th , 2016 - 00:52:58 AM
Although one would think buying a new faucet is the first step, I place it next to dismantling the old one. The very first thing you need to do is check your tools so that you don't get mad finding it in the middle of the job. Amongst the various tools, you would need suitable wrenches, WD40, and pliers.
What you need next is another suitable faucet. If you just go to the local shop without doing your homework, you would be puzzled with all types - varying in size, shape, style, weight, etc. So the best thing to do is take the dismantled old faucet with you in case you forget the size. You can also manually take measurements to facilitate your selection. Choose whichever style suits you but make sure the size would fit. Almost all faucets have a manual that explains how it should be installed. Read those instructions to avoid any possible issues later.
Being environmentally friendly is another important benefit that needs to be mentioned here. This Eco-friendliness comes from the fact that the water flow is triggered only by a hand movement, directly in front of the faucet. The water will stop flowing on its own during the time you spend in brushing your teeth or while you scrub your hands with soap.
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