Bathroom Vanities Tops – You remodeling your bathroom and are finally ready to replace the vanity of the old tile. Now you meet the question of the hour: How do you get rid of the scary professional stuff that is known as bathroom vanity plumbing. Crumble your sleeves and collect your tools and before you know the word, you have this operation ready and be on to the next step in your remodeling project.
Turn off the water that goes to the Bathroom Vanities Tops by turning the valve handle shut-off which is directly below the hot and cold water faucets. They will be close to the vanity and will turn by hand. If stuck, use pliers to grip and twist. Open hot and cold water faucets to let any pressurized water remain in the pipes. Loosen the hot water pipe that is on the top of the vanity by using a wrench to rotate the bolt where it connects below the crane.
Part of the water line will remain; this is part of the Bathroom Vanities Tops assembly and should be left intact. Repeat this process with the cold water line on the other side of the vanity interior. Remove the hot water line by unscrewing the bolt that connects the water line to the shut-off valve and the fuse aside; then do the same with the cold water line. The pipe will have water left in the section “S”, so do not try to tip it on the floor. Release the part of the drain pipe in the bucket when it is free of charge on the connections. You are now ready to proceed with a change of sink, crane, vanity or complete unit.