• Pam Dittus
    25
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    Before - original sink & faucet.

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    After - somewhat larger sink and faucet that gives us a little more space. The sink is a bar/prep sink found on Amazon. Bought faucet at local Menards.
  • Ray
    704
    Nice upgrade! :up:
  • Zenitrame
    3
    Very nice Pam!
  • Dhuhn
    77
    Nice upgrade Pam!!
  • Brian Snyder
    11
    Looks great and better than the inexpensive plastic sink and faucet.
  • Vernon Hauser
    0
    Beautiful up grade . How in the world did you see or get up under the old sink to work on the plumbing ? I have tried to take a look see at the fittings on my bathroom sink faucets for replacements but their hidden up behind the sink in a very small place . Same in the kitchen . Great job
  • Vance
    8
    Yes!! I'm with Vernon!!! Did you cut the pipes to remove the sink? I have virtually zero room to access the faucet from underneath the vanity sink....just curious as I would like to do the same thing!!
  • Pam Dittus
    25
    @Vernan Hauser, @Vance
    Fortunately did not need to cut any pipe for the installation.
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    We have a fair bit of room under the sink.
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    My wonderful hubby had to go by feel to get the nuts on the pipes for the faucet. There was not much room on the backside of the sink. The masking tape marks the hot water line.
  • Kenpayne53
    1
    A great quality upgrade. Smart thinking to mark the hot water pipe. Thanks for the post.
  • Doug Schneider
    29
    Great Job! Like the stainless sink. They're so much better than the plastic ones and weight really is no different. Just got a new fuacet for our bath. Feeling confident after replacing the kitchen faucet.
  • Vance
    8
    Looks great!! Wish I had that much working room !! I'll have to figure out something....
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