How to Replace your Faulty Kitchen Faucet

Is your Kitchen faucet leaking continuously? Has your kitchen faucet spewed low water flow? Didn’t read faucet reviews before buying? Well, if you are facing any kind of leaks or slow water flow issue then it is probably because your kitchen faucet is damaged.

A lot of times due to some faulty kitchen faucet parts, your kitchen faucet stops working properly and you have to either replace your faulty parts or replace the whole kitchen faucet.

Kitchen Faucets

However, there is nothing to worry about because replacing a damaged Kitchen Faucet is quite easy.

All you need are some tools and you are good to go. Follow these steps to replace your faulty kitchen faucet yourself:

1. You first need to turn off the water valves. So, check beneath your sink and you will find two water valves, one for hot water and one for cold water. Shut off both of these water valves.

2. Then, switch on your faucet to relieve some water pressure

3. Now, take a pair of the adjustable wrench and use it to disconnect the water supply lines. You will also need to use a pair of channel locking pliers and make sure that you disconnect both the supply lines. If you find that the supply lines are old or damaged, then consider replacing them too.

4. Now, you need to disassemble the faucet. You will need to use a basin wrench to loosen the nuts and bolts which keep the faucet’s tailpiece in place. If your sink has a line that connects the hose to the faucet, then disconnect this water line too.

5. Once all the nuts are loose, you can pull out the old damaged kitchen faucet. Clean the sink so that there is no dirt or grime covering it and it is good to install the new kitchen faucet.

6. Now, you need to measure the sinkholes distance and determine other configurations to ensure that you have a compatible kitchen faucet. Don’t forget to read the instructions that come with your faucet for a smoother experience.

7. Now, place your faucet in the sink and use a deck if needed. Use plumber’s putty or gasket to keep the faucet in place. If you are using a gasket, you would need to thread the hoses through the gasket and the lip of the plate.

8. Now, you need to thread the nut and the flange with the help of a basin wrench beneath the sink. If you are installing a pull-out kitchen faucet then you would need to add a little weight to retract the pull-out spray.

9. Finally, you need to attach the supply lines and the shut-off valves to the faucet and make sure that you connect the hot water to the left and the cold water to the right.

10. Now, turn on the faucet and check for any leaks. If there are leaks, tighten the connections and recheck the faucet.

You have now successfully replaced your fault Kitchen Faucet without any help from a plumber. Doesn’t that feel good now?…

6 No-Bake Desserts to Try

Yes, desserts are amazing and more so when you don’t have to slave in the kitchen in front of an oven. Yes, it is possible to make desserts without baking and trust me, the result is the same in most scenarios if not better.

Looking for a few quick no-bake desserts to try this weekend? Then check out our list of 7 amazing no-bake desserts:

1. Chocolate Peanut Butter Icebox Cake

One of the easiest and simplest desserts to make at home which does not require you to use your oven at all, this chocolate dessert requires chocolate wafers and just some peanut butter flavored whipped cream.

Chocolate Peanut Butter Icebox Cake

You just layer your chocolate wafers with the peanut butter flavored whipped cream and store it in the refrigerator for the night. This recipe was recommended as the starter’s recipe by Bakerycourses.in.

In the fridge, the cookies will soften up and combine with the cream and will resemble a soft and moist mousse cake to eat. Trust me, this dessert is really delicious and you can never go wrong with it.

2. Banana Pudding Parfaits

Have you ever had banana pudding as a kid? No? Then it is time you try this amazing banana pudding dessert which is not only delicious but is quite easy to prepare too.

For banana pudding, you need wafers, vanilla pudding, and sliced bananas and then add an elegant parfait to it. Adding a parfait to this dessert not only makes it delectable but also adds a dessert to your list of homemade desserts that you can make quickly.

3. Homemade Ice Cream Sandwiches

Who doesn’t love ice cream sandwiches? Everyone loves them regardless of their age or size. This is why they are known as one of the best desserts to serve to your kids and guests and are super easy and quick to fix. You just need store-bought wafers and premium quality ice cream and you are all set to make your own ice cream sandwiches at home.

4. Chocolate Pudding Sundaes

One of the easiest and fastest desserts that you can make is the chocolate pudding sundaes which is an absolute delight for the kids. In this dessert, the homemade silky chocolate pudding is decorated with whipped cream which is just too delicious to be described in words. Trust me, once you offer this dessert to your kids, they will never want to eat an outside pudding ever again.

5. Golden Rice Krispies Treat

Another amazing no-bake dessert to try this week is the Golden Rice Krispies Treat which is not only tosty but also quite caramelly and gooey. If you didn’t love Rice Krispies till now then this dessert will definitely make you fall in love with it.

6. Lemon Berry Parfaits

Do you love fresh berries? I do! That is why I love this recipe of lemon Berry Parfaits where you can decorate your berries with an elegant parfait.

Lemon Berry Parfaits

In this recipe, you layer your berries with a luscious lemon cream or a lemon curd mixed with whipped cream. This acts as a brightener to the natural sweetness of the Parfaits.…