How To Properly Maintain And Repair Stainless Steel Bathroom Faucet

Handling leaks in Stainless Steel Bathroom Faucet:

If you change the tap and the faucet is dripping, there may be a problem with the faucet seat. A damaged gasket may cause the faucet seat to become rough due to metal spool wear, or the deposition of chemicals in the water may form a residue that prevents the gasket from being fully compressed against the valve seat.

How to repair the broken faucet seat? Of course, you can replace the entire faucet. Another option is to only replace the faucet seat. If you have the right tool – called the seat tension wrench, then removing the old seat is a simple matter. Insert the seat release wrench into the seat and pull it counterclockwise. Once you have removed the old seat, make sure that the new seat you bought is exactly the same as the original one. If the seat cannot be removed, insert a seat cover that slides into place on the old seat and provides a seal. Two types of seat roller compactors or sanders that can flatten the worn seat.

Another option is to use a seat roller or sander, a cheap tool that can re-flat the worn seat. Be careful not to use too much time or use too much force when using this tool, because the seat is made of soft metal, you can easily wear it too much.

When using the sander, first remove the faucet spool and insert the seat roller down into the seat in the faucet body. Rotate the tool a few times clockwise with moderate force. Then use a cloth to wipe the metal scrap off the valve seat.

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