Bathroom sink backsplash – When installing a new sink in your bathroom, you need to connect the water supply lines and the drain pipes so that the heat sink works properly. You may also need plumbing for a bathroom sink to be repaired. If there is a leak or if the sink is not draining properly. The installation or fixing of the pipe for a bathroom sink is a DIY project that can be completed in a couple of hours if you have the right tools and materials.
Insert the faucet into the sink and then lift the sink upside down. Secure the faucet in the sink with the adjustable wrench. Fix the flexible water supply lines to the faucet. Secure the water supply lines by tightening the accessories with the adjustable wrench. Place a bead of putty around the perimeter of the flange on the bottom of the sink.
Lift the heat sink and set it in the hole in the countertop. Press in the sink firmly to seal the putty to the countertop. Remove any excess putty with a cloth or rag. Place a bead of plumbers putty around the drain opening and then set the drain and drain the tubing assembly into the sink. Tighten the locknut washer on the bottom of the sink to secure the drain assembly with the adjustable wrench.