Product Name: Washbasin Single Hole Copper Cold And Hot Bathroom Sink Faucets5239 YJ0011
Function: Bathroom Sink Faucets
Feature: Waterfall, Centerset
Installation Holes: One Hole
Number of Handles: Single Handle
Valve Type: Ceramic Valve
Faucet Body Material: Brass
Faucet Spout Material: Brass
Faucet Handle Material: Brass
Shipping Weight (kg): 2 (#2658888374)
> Comes with all necessary accessories for installation.
> Featured with durable ceramic valves ensuring there are no water leaks.
> Available to work more than 600,000 times at a water temperature of 90 degrees.
> High quality material and finishing tested at a high water pressure of 1.6Mpa.
If you're looking to add an antique feel to your kitchen or bathroom, then this is the faucet for you! Made of brass and designed to look well-used, the faucet works best for warm color schemes.
All our faucets have passed repeated quality testing to ensure that leaks do not occur, even at high pressures up to 1.6 Mpa.
High quality ceramic valves are made to exceed all applicable industry standards, and are extraordinarily heat resistant.
The faucets were designed for long term use, and the service life of our valves are above the industry standard, able to withstand over 600,000 uses.All our faucets are designed to be easy to install.
Maintenance Task #1: Shut-off and drain outdoor water faucets (cold climates)
How do you shut-off and drain outdoor water faucets?
To shut off and drain outdoor water faucets:
1)Ensure that the outside valve for the faucet is shut off tight (that is, turn the handle on the outside of the house tight clockwise).
2)Shut off the valve just inside of your house near where the pipe for the faucet goes through the wall.
3)Place a bucket under this inside valve, and unscrew the small drain plug on the side of this valve. This will allow the water that is trapped between the two valves to drain out.
4)Screw the drain plug back in.
Also bring garden hoses inside to prevent damage to them from the cold.
Why is it important to shut-off and drain outdoor water faucets?
Prevents potential danger to the valves from freezing water. When the water freezes, it expands causing the valve to either leak or crack, which can allow water to flow inside the house.
How often should you shut-off and drain outdoor water faucets?
The outside water faucets should be drained and shut off prior to the winter (November).
Maintenance Task #2: Re-open the faucets (cold climates).
How do you re-open outdoor water faucets?
To re-open the faucets:
1)Check to be sure the drain plug for the inside valve is tightened.
2)Open the valve just inside of the house or building from for the faucet.
3)Open the outside valve for the faucet.
4)Check the inside valve for any leaks.
Why is it important to re-open outdoor water faucets?
Prepares faucet for seasonal use.
How often should you re-open outdoor water faucets?
The outside water faucets should be re-opened in the spring (April).
Measure Guide For Women
How Do I Know Which Size To Order?
Select the size that best matches your largest measurement (bust, waist or hip).
If you're between sizes, it's usually best to order the larger size so you have room to move, or so alterations can easily be made.
Let your arms hang naturally at your sides.
Have someone measure you with the measuring tape parallel to the ground.
Have your friend measure under your underarms, around your back and over the fullest part of your bust.
Make sure the measuring tape is snug but not tight.
Bend your elbow 90 degrees and place your hand on your hip. Hold the tape at the center back of your neck. Measure across your shoulder to your elbow, and down to your wrist. The total length in inches is your sleeve length.
Stand in stocking feet with your feet slightly apart and your back to a wall. Measure from the floor to the top of your head.
Bend over to one side to find the spot where your waist naturally creases.
Measure this spot; it should be right under your navel.
Keep the measuring tape parallel to the floor and snug against your skin, but don't pull it tight.
Stand up straight with your feet together.
Have a friend measure over your hips and rear, around the fullest part.
Make sure to keep the measuring tape parallel to the floor.
Hold the tape at the center back of your waist. Run the tape between your legs, pulling comfortably at the crotch, and up to your natural waist in front. The total measurement is your rise.
Select a pair of your best-fitting pants of a similar material. Measure from the crotch to the bottom. The number of inches, to the nearest half-inch, is the inseam length.
Regular, Petite, Tall or 18W-26W?
Regular describes a well-proportioned body 5'4"-5'7 1/2" tall, with hips slightly larger than bust.
Petite, at 4'11"-5'3 1/2" tall, is not only shorter but also proportioned smaller, scaled down in shoulder width and sleeve length.
Tall, at 5'8"-6' 1/2", accommodates long torsos. Body length increases 1 1/2" and sleeve length increases 1" from our Regular fit.
Women's 18W-26W is proportioned to flatter full-figured women 5'4"-5'7 1/2" tall. Compared to our Size 18, Size 18W is 2" larger in the bust, waist and hip. Arm girths are larger. Shoulder widths are shorter.
Tips & Care
- Apparel on HoneyBuy.com take 'CM'as the unit;
- There is no absolute relationship between height&weight and size;
- Bust is key factor to choose upper size, pls refer to bust size to choose.
- Select the size that best matches your largest measurement (bust, waist or hip).
- If you're between sizes, it's usually best to order the larger size so you have room to move, or so alterations can easily be made.
- If the garment states it should be dry cleaned only, then that's your best option. Sometimes the label will indicate that dry cleaning is preferred but also states other methods may be used with care. Materials that cannot be subjected to water since it will stretch or make garment loose shape is the most common requirement for dry cleaning only.
Care For Your Coats
1.The first thing to do before any cleaning exercise is to read the label with the recommended cleaning instructions.
2.Second is to avoid any stain removers since they can damage materials due to the their caustic nature. If the jacket or coat has liners or outside covers, separate and deal with each item accordingly.
If your label indicates you can wash with care, then you can follow these suggestions to get the best results.
Before any actual washing, shake off any dirt or foreign materials. If cloth like material, use a lint remover that uses tape and go over entire garment. Inspect garment to gage how much effort is going to be necessary to clean, sometimes just plain water can be used if soiling is not too bad. If you decide it's going to take a little more effort, then use a very delicate cleaning product like Woolite. Woolite comes in several versions for specific materials and colors.
Never subject any down coat or jacket to normal washing machine agitating cleaning cycle. You can use a commercial washing machine (found at most laundromats) that has no center agitator that could cause your down material to move around and stick together. Or you can just use the washing machine to soak your down coat or jacket for recommended interval. And don't use the spin dry cycle for the same reasons.
Once you have soaked your coat or jacket, take out and use towels to pat dry. You can then hand fluff the material gently to keep the down material from balling up and spread equally around the space. Now you can decide whether to just lay out the coat on towels to air dry, turning about every 30 minutes or try a very brief drying cycle with very low temperature air or just room temperature air for 10-15 minutes. Then take out and hand fluff again to spread out down. If the coat or jacket still appears damp, try another 10-minute cycle and fluff again.
When you check back and feel the coat or jacket is sufficiently dry, fluff again and hang in place where it can completely air out and dry. The key to this whole process is to never wring out or treat the garment rough in wash or dry process. That's what can cause damage and allow your garment to lose shape and insulating ability. Severe washing methods will damage and wear out a down coat or jacket faster than normal wear and tear during use.
Other Apparel --- Take Shirts Care For Example
Caring for your shirts in the proper fashion will result in a crisp look and a more professional appearance. By treating your shirts their best, you ensure that they?ll last longer and look better for as long as you care to wear them. Banish the wrinkled look and say hello to perfectly pressed, utterly stylish shirts for both work and play!
You should always check the care suggestions on your dress shirt and try to stick to them. Always wash your dress shirt after you purchase it. If you wear it right after buying, it will feel stiff and could still contain chemicals. Use a trusted detergent that is color-free, such as Woolite or Ivory, and machine wash your shirt on the gentle cycle in lukewarm water. It?s best to wash your custom or bespoke shirts by hand.
Are you set on dry cleaning your shirts because you simply hate to wash your own or don?t have time? You can still bring your dress shirts in for cleaning, but get them laundered instead. Dry cleaning can give your shirts a yellowed appearance, so if you want your shirts to last, avoid dry cleaning as much as you can. Mark your shirts ?No Starch? and ?No Machine Press? when you send them out.
? Begin to iron your dress shirt by beginning with the underside of the collar. Smooth away from the collar points towards the back of the neck. Continue by ironing the front of the collar.
? Next, iron the yoke area from the neck outwards, and then iron the pleats in the same direction of the fold.
? Iron the cuffs of your shirt inside out as well. Put the sleeves down flat and iron upwards toward the shoulders.
? Don?t forget to iron the other side of the shirt sleeve before moving on to the next sleeve!
? Iron the body of your shirt by starting at the top and moving downwards towards the hem.
Tips to Extend the Life of Your Dress Shirts
? Ironing your shirt: Check for stains before you begin to press your shirt. It must be clean, or you will set the stain into the fabric. To remove stains such as ink, you can purchase an over-the-counter ink stain remover or use a home remedy such as rubbing alcohol. Remove red wine stains by pouring white wine over the mark and laundering again.
? If you don?t have good quality steam iron, you should try to iron your shirt when the fabric is damp. You can press it far more easily to remove all wrinkles, and it?s less likely that you will damage your shirt in any way.
? Spray your cologne on your body instead of on your shirts. Wait for it to dry before dressing, as cologne can stain your shirt permanently over time.
? Check dress shirts occasionally for damage or needed repairs. Keep your eyes open for loose threads and buttons.
? Hang your dress shirt on a supportive hanger such as a wooden one or a thicker plastic one. If the hanger has firm shoulders, it will prevent unsightly bumps. Wire hangers are not recommended for your shirts.
? If you store your shirts from season to season, be sure to have them washed before packing them away. Store them in a plastic case to prevent insects and odors from reaching your dress shirts during storage.
Step 1:Position the Faucet
>>Begin installing your faucet by placing the gasket and faucet in position on the sink. (Diagram A)
>>From under the sink, thread the plastic mounting nuts onto the faucet shanks. Be sure the large side of each plastic mounting nut is up. (Diagram B)
>>From the top of the sink, check the faucet and gasket position. (Diagram C)
>>From under the sink tighten the mounting nuts, making certain not to over-tighten which could damage the nuts and make them difficult to remove in the future.(Diagram D)
Step 2: Attach the Water Supply Tubes
>>Water is typically supplied to the faucet through water-supply tubes.
>>Wrap the threads of the water-supply valve with plumber tape. Although most plumbers use only plumber tape, some plumbing supply manufacturers also recommend using plumber's putty. (Diagram A)
>>Thread the water supply nut onto the shut-off valve. Tighten the nut with a wrench. (Diagram B)
>>Wrap the threads on the faucet shank with plumber tape, and then thread the water supply nut onto the faucet shank. (Diagram C)>>Tighten the nut with a basin wrench. (Diagram D)
Step 3: Connect the Faucet Lift Rod
>>From the top of the sink, insert the lift-rod into the faucet. (Diagram A)
>>From under the sink, make sure the pivot-rod is in the down position. Insert the lift-rod into the lift-rod strap. Tighten the screw.
>>From the top of the sink, make sure the lift-rod opens and closes the drain plug as desired. (Diagram B)
>>Make any needed adjustments by loosening the lift-rod strap screw and repositioning the lift-rod.
>>If you need to connect the lift-rod strap to the pivot rod, slide one end of the spring clip onto the pivot-rod.
>>Make sure that both the pivot -rod and the lift-rod are in the down posittion. Insert the pivot-rod in the closest hole in the lift-rod strap.
>>Slide the other end of the pivot-rod. Make sure the lift-rod opens and closes the drain plug as desired.
>>Make minor adjustments by loosening the lift-rod strap screw and repositioning the lift-rod. (Diagram C)>>Make major adjustments by removing the spring clip and moving the pivot-rod to a different hole in the lift-rod strap.
Step 4: Flush the Faucet
>>Make major adjustments by removing the spring clip and moving the pivot-rod to a different hole in the lift-rod strap. >>Anytime you work on plumbing,filings,chips,and other debris can damage the sealing surfaces inside the faucet and cause leaks.
>>Remove aerator and black sealing gasket above it.
>>Before turning on the water supply,make sure the faucet handles are open(on position) in order to remove the debris without causing damage.(Diagram A)
>>Open both water supply valves under the sink.(Diagram B)
>>Allow the water to run for 15 seconds.(Diagram C)
>>Close the faucet handles(turn off).
>>Make sure any debris is cleaned from the aerator screen.(Diagram D)
>>Replace the aerator.