How to Replace a Bathroom Faucet — by Home Repair Tutor


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Do you need to learn how to replace a bathroom faucet?

Maybe your sink is up to date but the homeowner before you had, let’s say, not the best taste.

Swapping out faucets is pretty easy to do….

BUT only when you have the right tools and tips.

And let’s face it, sometimes the directions for faucet installation stink.

Hey there, this is Jeff with Home Repair Tutor. I remember trying to replace a faucet a long time ago and getting frustrated out of my mind.

The tips I share in this video will totally help you replace your faucet in no time.

The first step is to turn the water off at the shutoff valves. Use a basin wrench of Ridgid sink & faucet tool to loosen the supply lines from the faucet base. You can also use these same tools to loosen the nuts that hold the faucet to the sink.

If you have trouble with the nuts that hold faucet to the sink you can spray the nuts with WD-40, wait 10-15 minutes, and then try to loosen them.

I know this video is a bit long (honestly I like my tutorials to be 4-8 minutes). But it’s length is due to the thoroughness of the tips.

For more tips check out my video, it could help you immensely

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Thanks for watching my video, take care, and see you in the next one!!

Cheers,

Jeff

P.S. You might also like this video I made on how to clean a stinky sink drain

There’s nothing worse than sink that smells like a sewer, YUCK