You’re almost done! It’s now time to install the hose weight. Make sure the faucet hose is still secured (generally with a plastic clip) up on the sink side so the hose doesn’t get pulled through the faucet during the next step. Under the sink, slide the weight onto the faucet hose.
…while you head under the sink and place, then tighten by hand, the brass mounting nut and washer onto the new faucet shank. Use a screwdriver to lighten the locking screws.
If you’re not really a fan of pull-put drawers either because of the lack of space in your kitchen or for any other reason, a tilt-out trash bin can also be an option. As before, you can integrate it into the side of your kitchen island.
The humble trash can doesn’t get nearly as much attention as it deserves. We often dismiss it and we take it for granted without taking the time to realize that there’s more than one way to think about this. Where I come from everyone keeps their kitchen trash can under the sink, inside the cabinet.
At first glance, one may assume that this is a classic, hardwood floor but it’s ! With a look like its traditional twin, it’s got the traditional, chic value but a trendier choice.
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