Kitchen Faucet. Monday , May 08th , 2017 - 21:52:58 PM
Hygiene is one of the greatest benefits of no-touch faucets, but definitely not the only one. The movements of your hands activate a sensor at the base of the faucet and the water starts to flow. These motion-activated fittings avoid hand contact and respectively germs transmission. A preferable rate of water flow and temperature can be set to most of these touchless fixtures even before the first use, which will avoid the need of further setting up and hand contact.
Also disconnect hot and cold water lines using a suitable wrench. Once you are done with this, turn on your sink faucet to confirm the water supply is off. Some water that was left inside the pipeline may come out initially but the flow would stop then. Taking these measures would ensure you don't end soaked up in water while removing the faucet.
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.
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