Hook up hose to kitchen sink
The kitchen faucet can be a great source of water for your hose, whether it is for gardening purposes or washing. However, if you have ever tried to connect a hose to your kitchen faucet, you have likely seen that it just does not fit. Luckily, you do not need a ton of fancy equipment and technical know-how to get your garden hose attached to your kitchen faucet. This short and simple-to-follow guide will explain exactly how to attach your garden hose to the kitchen sink in as little as five minutes. Step 1 - Find a Thread Adapter A thread adapter is a small device that, on one end, is threaded to fit your kitchen faucet while on the other end, it is threaded to fit your garden hose.
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How to Attach Your Garden Hose to the Kitchen Faucet
How to Attach a Garden Hose to a Kitchen Faucet: 10 Steps
Contact Author Unthreaded Faucets Many indoor faucets do not have a thread on the inside or the outside. They also come in a wide variety of shapes and designs. This is great for fitting in with your design style, but can be a challenge when it comes to using fixtures and fittings. For example, there are many reasons why you may want to securely fit a hose to an indoor tap. In my particular case I use the hose most often to fill my aquariums, but it can also be useful for plants and hydroponics, to attach small appliances, for cleaning, and many other applications. It was surprisingly difficult to get a tight and flexible attachment that would work on an indoor tap, but this is what I learned:
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Build an Outdoor Sink (Part Two) – Connecting the Water Supply
Typical plumbing for a kitchen sink includes a drain line and a pair of water lines with shutoff valves under the sink. In most cases, the hot water is on the left and the cold water is on the right. Regardless of the style of faucet, hooking up the hot and cold water lines is relatively easy. Supply lines with integral washers are available at most home centers. Obtain the lines based on the distance from the valves to the underside of the faucet.
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