Learn everything from what to look for a in a faucet to how to change a kitchen faucet easily yourself and save money!

supplies needed

new faucet


Teflon tape


Old towels and rags

Step 1 – Clear under the sink area


Remove everything from under the sink.

Step 2 – Turn off and disconnect the water supply.


If the hoses are marked, be sure to note and remember which one was what. Mine weren’t marked plus the hot and cold were switched so I would be fixing that too!

Step 3 – Remove old kitchen faucet.


Reach in under the sink and loosen the nut that holds the faucet in place.

Step 4 – Install the new faucet


Start by lining up the deck plate if you have three holes in the sink like mine. If you only have one hole, you don’t need the deck plate.

Step 5 – Tighten the faucet


The TopPfit tool goes in from the top and you rotate it until the faucet is snug against the sink.


Learn how to replace your kitchen faucet. This guide is perfect for newbies!