…or you find yourself consistently underwhelmed by your faucet’s lack of personality or style, it might be time to consider a kitchen faucet upgrade. If you think it’s time to make a statement in your kitchen, this article is for you. Let a new kitchen faucet showcase your style better; and let the installer of that faucet be YOU! This step-by-step tutorial provides plenty of photographic guidance to help you make the change. Let’s begin.
A lot of people keep their trash can inside the cabinet, under the kitchen sink. This placement is so common because it’s practical. However, it’s not that practical to have to bend down every time you want to throw something in the trash. It’s much easier to slide out the bin and this pull-out mechanism featured on shows you how that works.
Since your water is now turned off, you have no need for the hoses up to your faucet. Disconnect these (red arrows in the photo). Also disconnect the faucet outlet hose from the faucet-mounting bolt (blue arrow in the photo).
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