Line up the hub of the faucet onto the escutcheon. (Tip: The tabs on the escutcheon should line up with slots on the bottom of the faucet hub.) Have someone hold the faucet in place up above…
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).
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.
A lot of the modern trash bins are designed to be integrated into cabinets or drawers and their designs are clean and simple. These ones from for example fit perfectly into this pull-out drawer and they’re small but together they add up to a large bin.
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.
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