Having a leaking faucet at home is inconvenient for a number of reasons. First, it can potentially create a swimming pool in your own bathroom (No kidding! This actually happens!); second, your water bill can actually add up with all the excess water leaking out of your faucet. Now, the first instinct you have might involve calling your local plumber, but don’t you think it’s worth it to try and repair your leaking faucet yourself?
This DIY tutorial teaches you an easy, quick way to repair a leaking bathtub faucet. You’ll need to get a few tools ready, namely a flathead screwdriver, a Phillips screwdriver, an adjustable wrench, and the right-sized washers you’ll need to replace the worn out ones.
For the complete instructions, head on over to the next page to watch the video created by ‘DIY University’. Make sure to check the description after watching to see the different repairs you can do depending on what your situation is.
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