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How to Install Basin Faucet

Installing a basin faucet requires some basic plumbing knowledge and tools. Here is a step-by-step guide to help you with the installation process:

    Gather the Required Tools and Materials:
        Basin faucet
        Adjustable wrench or basin wrench
        Plumber's tape (Teflon tape)
        Silicone sealant or plumber's putty
        Towel or cloth

    Prepare the Work Area:
        Turn off the water supply to the basin. Locate the shut-off valves underneath the sink and close them. If there are no individual shut-off valves, you may need to shut off the main water supply to the house.

    Remove the Existing Faucet (if applicable):
        Disconnect the supply lines connected to the old faucet. Use an adjustable wrench to loosen the nuts that secure the supply lines to the faucet. Place a towel or cloth underneath to catch any water that may spill. Once the supply lines are disconnected, remove the mounting nuts or screws that hold the faucet in place and lift it out.

    Clean the Sink Surface:
        Remove any residue or old sealant from the sink surface where the new faucet will be installed. Ensure the surface is clean and dry before proceeding.

    Apply Sealant:
        Apply a thin bead of silicone sealant or plumber's putty around the base of the faucet. This will help create a watertight seal between the faucet and the sink.

    Position the Faucet:
        Carefully position the faucet onto the sink surface, aligning it with the mounting holes. Ensure that the faucet is straight and centered.

    Secure the Faucet:
        From underneath the sink, thread the mounting nuts onto the faucet tailpieces. Use an adjustable wrench or basin wrench to tighten the nuts, ensuring the faucet is securely fastened to the sink.

    Connect the Supply Lines:
        Connect the hot and cold supply lines to the corresponding valves on the faucet. Use an adjustable wrench to tighten the nuts, ensuring a snug fit. Apply plumber's tape (Teflon tape) to the threaded ends of the supply lines before connecting them to prevent leaks.

    Check for Leaks:
        Turn on the water supply valves slowly and check for any leaks around the connections. If you notice any leaks, tighten the nuts further or reapply plumber's tape as necessary.

    Test the Faucet:

    Turn on the faucet and check for proper water flow and temperature control. Ensure there are no leaks around the base of the faucet or the supply lines.

    Clean Up:

    Wipe away any excess sealant or plumber's putty around the base of the faucet using a damp cloth or sponge.

Lower body small single handle 35MM basin faucet

Installation Type

Deck Mounted


Hot and Cold Water


Braided Hose +Fixing Fitting



HS Code


Warranty  Period

5 Year For Body, 3 Years For Ceramic Valve 

Working Water Pressure


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