Replacing Kitchen Sink Strainer
Replacing the filter is necessary when his old project is rusted out, or just when you want to enhance the beauty of your kitchen. You might also need to replace this when you want to use a basket in the kitchen sink, which is not suited to your colander. Plumber plumbing wrench putty Removing kitchen sink strainer, Get your key plumbing, and go under the sink. Loosen with its key supply pipe connection that goes to the strainer, and remove the tube.
Look at your filter under the kitchen sink strainer, you see legs and a collar ring is snug against the bottom of the sink. Using your plumber wrench to unscrew this necklace, by turning to the left to loosen. Remove the rubber grommet that the collar ring pressed, once the ring necklace is off. Out from under the sink, and pull the filter toward you.
Cleaning and installation kitchen sink strainer, Remove the old plumber’s putty all from the top of the sink. Plumber caulk again around the round notch in the sink. Insert the new strainer into an empty hole, making sure it is centered. Get a helper to hold the filter in place. Go under the sink and put on the new rubber grommet. Put the cardboard ring that comes with the strainer.