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What To Consider Before Removing Your Kitchen Faucet
Before removing a kitchen faucet, you should be familiar with the specific model and its components since some models may require additional tools or considerations
to remove.
It's also important to have the necessary tools ready, such as an adjustable wrench, a basin wrench, a pair of locking pliers, a bucket, and a towel for wiping up spills.
Keep some plumber's tape or sealant on hand if you plan to install a new faucet. Place your towel in the sink to protect your workspace and keep it clean.
Set the bucket down under the sink to catch any water that could spill during the removal. A flashlight may also come in handy to help you see more clearly in dim areas.