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How to Replace Your Kitchen Faucet

Swap out an old faucet to give your kitchen a new look — it's a DIY project even a beginner can do Full Story
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April 22, 2014 at 7:34AM   
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Daphne Lathouras
Having recently replaced a kitchen faucet I'll be the first to tell you that putting in the new one is simple compared to removing the old one! Our old faucet nuts were so corroded that we should have used a dremel to cut it out, but didn't learn about that until after we muscled the old faucet out - which was so difficult and frustrating it took the entire weekend of trying different tools and both me and my husband putting our entire body weights into the wrenches that ultimately destroyed all the old parts (which we didn't need). The space we were working in was extremely tight - I think a dremel tool would have fit up in there. Hopefully we'll never need to know.
September 10, 2014 at 6:22AM     
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10 Reasons to Love Banquettes (Not Just in the Kitchen)

They can dress up a space or make it feel cozier. Banquettes are great for kids, and they work in almost any room of the house Full Story
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