Can I add a sprayer to my kitchen sink?
Adding a sprayer to your kitchen faucets is not as difficult as it may appear to be. It is actually more economical to add a sprayer than it is to install a whole new faucet with a sprayer spout. Check your sink to ensure that it has an extra hole near the faucet before you begin.
How do you install a sprayer on an existing faucet?
The simplest way to add a spray nozzle to your kitchen faucet is the classic: a spray hose added to an unused hole on your sink, off to one side from your faucet.
Why does my kitchen sink sprayer not work?
Why does my sink sprayer not work? More often, when your sink sprayer fails to work, the main problem is always with the diverter. You can always check this by removing the sink sprayer head and turning on the water. If the water flow is weak, you should start budgeting for a new diverter and replace it soon.
Which valve under sink is hot water?
Typical plumbing for a kitchen sink includes a drain line and a pair of water lines with shutoff valves under the sink. In most cases, the hot water is on the left and the cold water is on the right.
How do you connect supply lines to a faucet?
ATTACH THE SUPPLY CONNECTORS TO THE FAUCET
- Wrap Teflon tape or thread sealant around the threads on the faucet’s male hot and cold fittings.
- Attach the supply connectors to the faucet body.
- Label the hot and cold supply connectors so you can attach them to the appropriate tubes when you’re under the sink.
How do you keep a sprayer hose from getting under your sink?
Slip pipe insulation tubes over the shut off valve handles under the sink; your hose will no longer get stuck!