Replacing a old wet bar faucet or upgrading the one you have can include a fresh look to the sink and bar. Wet bar faucets are available in a variety of styles that have single-lever and double controls. Based on cost concerns, you may elect for a custom finish, like polished brass, or stay with traditional chrome. Whether the wet bar is in a home or on a boat, installation is a simple procedure that begins with removing the existing faucet. In a brief time you’ll enjoy the ease of a brand new wet bar faucet.
Eliminating the Faucet
Turn off the hot and cold water supply valves under the sink. Open the single-lever or faucet handles at the faucet and allow any water to drain into the sink.
Place a 1-gallon bucket beneath the hot or cold source valve under the sink. Loosen and detach the fitting at the end of the supply line with an adjustable wrench. Duplicate this and detach the line at the cold water supply valve.
Reach up behind the sink bowl. Loosen and detach the top ends of their hot and cold supply lines at the underside of the faucet having an open-end rhythm. If the fixtures are not easy to get in, loosen and remove every one with a basin wrench.
Fir a basin wrench onto the among the locker nuts at the underside of the faucet. Loosen and remove the nut. Repeat this at the contrary nut.
Lift the faucet straight up and remove it in the rim of this sink. Clean any deposit or remove old plumber’s putty at the rim with a plastic putty knife along with a rag.
Installing the Faucet
Fit the cotton gasket and rubber gasket from the underside of the tap’s base. Place the faucet at the rim of this sink where the old faucet was eliminated.
Thread the supplied locker nuts on each of the stems at the underside of the faucet. Tighten each partly together with the basin wrench. Align the body of this faucet evenly at the rim of this sink. Tighten the locker nuts.
Thread on one end of a fresh flexible water supply line at each of the stems at the underside of the faucet. Tighten each with the open-end or adjustable wrench. Attach the lower end of this left provide line at the hot-water supply valve. Attach the lower end of the ideal source line at the cold-water supply valve. Tighten each with the adjustable wrench.
Unscrew the strainer at the tip of the tap’s spout by hand. Turn on the lever both grips. Turn on the hot and cold supply valves under the sink and allow the water to run for 10 seconds and clean any debris in the lines. Shut off the lever or grips and screw on the strainer at the tip of the spout.