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At the end of the stem is a rubber washer. When turned all the way in, the rubber washer seals against a brass seat which has a nice edge on it to ensure a good seal. Over time the rubber gets brittle and breaks, gets crushed so hard against the seat that it cuts, or just gets so pitted that it won't seal any more.
After buying your new vanity, prepare the necessary tools required. Basically, they are adjustable wrenches, pry bar, utility knife, power drill, caulking gun, slip joint pliers, measuring tape, carpenter's level drywall screws, shims, hole saws and stud finder. If unsure or lacking any tools, visit your nearest hardware store and they can advise you. For personal safety, be equipped with safety goggles and face masks. Now, it is time to remove the old vanity.
If you have any further concerns or questions regarding no-touch faucets and current bathroom renovation and plumbing trends feel free to ask me below in the comment section. I will be happy to help you with anything I can.
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