Replacing a bathroom faucet is a bit more daunting than, say, changing your shower head. But despite the number of steps involved, it’s actually not as hard as it seems. Whether you’re looking to replace an outdated style, are in need of an upgrade, or simply feel like switching it up, here’s how to replace your current bathroom faucet with a brand-spanking-new one. The steps below will ensure your new faucet is ready to go in no time!
- New faucet
- Adjustable wrenches (in different sizes)
- Rubbing alcohol or all-purpose cleaner
- Plumber’s tape
How to Replace a Bathroom Faucet:
- Determine the type of faucet designed for your sink, which will have one, two, or three holes and be center-set or widespread.
- Buy a new bathroom faucet that will fit your sink design.
- Gather your materials: adjustable wrenches (one big and one small), rubbing alcohol or all-purpose cleaner, a rag, and plumber’s tape.
- To remove the old faucet, start by turning off the water supply using the valves underneath the sink
- Clear any items stored under the sink to make the faucet parts easier to reach.
- Place a bucket under the pipes to…