DIY: How to Replace a Kitchen Faucet1:11 PM
Ladies, you can do this kind of work! So let's roll up our sleeves, pull your hair back, and let's do this. This is a basic how to for replacing a broken kitchen faucet, or any faucet for that matter. I hope this post will encourage you to try and fix things on their own around your house. This was a new experience for me, and I realized I can do more than I sometimes think.
Turn off the water. You can do this by turning the faucet on, reaching under the sink and turning the valve until the water stops running.
Read through the instructions for the new faucet and identify the parts.
Add in the new faucet according to the directions. This process takes about an hour from start to finish. It's just a lot of un-tightening, and tightening in the correct order.