Working under a sink is a pain in the BUTT.
It’s cramped, dark, and sometimes stinky.
Last week I got a request from one of our community members.
Adam wanted to know the easiest way to replace faucet supply lines.
Today’s tutorial is going to answer his question and show you why you’ll love this tool…
The Ridgid Faucet and Sink Installer
I like sharing anything that makes life easier.
If you need to do any plumbing work in your bathroom you need to check out this tool 😀
If you’ve ever tried to work with old faucets or supply lines you know they are stubborn.
Basin wrenches were my go-to tool for removing faucets and all their parts.
Heck, I even use one in this tutorial on how to replace a bathroom faucet.
But basin wrenches can sometimes be hard to maneuver in a tight sink space.
I think the engineers at Ridgid knew there was a better option.
Enter the Faucet and Sink Installer.
I’m going to give you 5 ways to use it right off the bat:
1. Turning off stubborn shutoff valves (more on this in the video)
2. Removing and Installing supply lines from underneath a sink
3. Removing plastic nuts that hold faucets to sinks
4. Removing old supply lines from toilets
5. Installing kitchen strainer baskets
Watch the video to get a full appreciation for this tool.
I really think the Ridgid Faucet and Sink Installer is a must if you’ve never installed supply lines or faucets.
You’ll seriously love it because it’ll cut down on the frustration factor my 100%.
if you want to get the Ridgid Faucet and Sink Installer Tool here’s an amazon link.
For $21 it’s a great tool to have in your arsenal.
If you’re doing a bathroom remodel and need help, join one of our online courses – they’ll make your bathroom renovation much easier!
Let me know if you have any questions and I’ll do my best to help.
Thanks as always for reading, watching, and being part of our awesome community.