Kitchen Faucet. Saturday , November 12th , 2016 - 13:52:58 PM
Now locate the shut off valve, which is usually situated beneath the sink. If you don't find it there, then go out of your home to find it; it may be situated at the water meter. Take WD40 and spray it on the valves to loosen them a bit and make your job a bit easier. If you find it hard to grip them, wear gloves or use a towel piece.
Now check other connections for hardness; if that's the case, use some WD40 again. Pick up your pliers and take off the nuts beneath the sink that connect the faucet to the sink. Now detach the faucet and clean rust from the sink.
Sometimes, in dealing with faucet fixtures, it's a good idea to coat your tool surfaces with duct tape or a similar material to prevent your tools from scratching any of the items that you will be working with.
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