Installing a kitchen faucet requires some basic tools and materials, including a wrench, rubber gasket, pipe sealant, water hose, and a faucet. To install a kitchen faucet, you typically turn off the water supply, remove the old faucet, and follow the manufacturer's instructions to install the new one.
Before installing the faucet, the main water source must be turned off to avoid water flowing out and also to prevent accidental water damage to the room. Use a wrench to unscrew the water connection from the old faucet. If the connector won't come loose, use some grease or pliers to help with the removal.
After the old faucet is disassembled, install the water pipe to the new faucet with rubber washers and fastening screws. Always make sure the plumbing is securely installed and not too tight or too loose. Connect the faucet to the water pipe, use a wrench, and set screws to secure them together, then place the faucet base on the sink and secure it with the screws.
After the installation is complete, turn on the water and turn on the faucet to make sure no water is leaking and the water is flowing properly. If you find a leak, you can use pipe sealant to fix it.