Vessel Sink Faucets – can help to give an elegant, streamlined look. Installing it is the same as installing a standard sink faucet bathroom. The main difference is that vessel sink faucets typically consist of a single handle faucet, instead of a key two-handle seen in many bathrooms.
Clean the area around the sink counter where you plan to install the vessel sink faucets. Remove any debris stuck in construction. Wrap the entries in the bottom of the vessel sink faucet with plumber’s tape. Screw hose couplings water supply in the entries in the ship sinking. Pass the water supply hoses through the locknut and slide the nut until it is flush with the base of the vessel sink faucet.
Insert a tube of silicone caulk into a caulk gun. The nozzle end of silicone caulking at an angle of 450 is removed. Apply a bead of caulk around the perimeter of the tap hole in the counter. Feed the water supply hoses through the cove. Lower the vessel sink faucet in the hole until the nut at the bottom is flush with the countertop. Turn the tap slowly forwards and backwards to help establish the silicone caulk.
Insert water supply hoses through the retaining nut tap. Slide the nut until it meets the threads on the bottom of the faucet body. Wrap the valves supplying hot and cold water under the sink with plumber’s tape. Screw hose couplings water supply valve vessel sink faucets.