Installing Farmhouse Sink Faucet
Farmhouse sink faucet gives the impression of a water bowl or vessel sitting on the bathroom counter. Cranes for vessel sinks can also help provide a sleek and streamlined look. Installing a vessel sink faucet is about the same as installing a common bathroom sink faucet. The major difference is that the vessel sink faucets typically will consist of a single handle faucet, rather than a two handle faucet seen in many kitchens.
Clean the area around the sink counter top where you plan to install farmhouse sink faucet. Apply the kitchen cleaner to the countertop and clean off with a cloth. Remove all stuck on construction waste, such as sealants or seal with a plastic spatula. Linda inlets on the underside of the vessel sink faucet with plumber tape. Cut off any extra.
Screw fittings for water hose on inlets on the farmhouse sink faucet. Do this for both hot and cold water. Tighten the coupling with a wrench. Wood water supply hoses through the nut and sliding the nut until it is flush with the bottom of the vessel sink faucet. Insert a tube of silicone caulk into a caulk gun. Then, cut off the end of the silicone seal the nozzle with a 45-degree angle. Apply a bead of caulk around the perimeter of the tap hole on the countertop.