Here are the tools for repairing an aerator:
- Adjustable wrenches
- Clean cloth
- Fine-bristled stiff brush
Repairing an Aerator
The aerator portion of the spray head is similar to a faucet aerator. If aeration is inadequate or water squirts off at various angles, the aerator screen has become clogged with sediment or mineral deposits and must be cleaned.
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