Step 1 – Make Sure That You Have A Faucet That Supports A Sprayer
Before you go ahead and purchase a separate sprayer, please make sure that your faucet supports it and your sink has an additional hole to accommodate the sprayer. Reading the owners manual should clear up your doubts regarding this.
Step 2 – Slide The Rubber Gasket
To prevent moisture from collecting underneath, you need to slide a rubber gasket over the shank of the hose guide.
Step 3 – Insert The Hose Guide
Insert the hose guide from the outside hole of your sink.
Step 4 – Screw The Connecting Nut
From below, screw the connecting nut onto the shank up against the underside of the countertop.
Step 5 – Attach The Hose To The Sprayer Head
Now you need to attach the hose to the sprayer head and feed the sprayer hose through the hose guide under the sink.
Step 6 – Connect The Other End Of The Hose To The Diverter
Once you are done with the step above, connect the other end of the hose to the faucet’s diverter, which is a valve underside of the spout assembly. Some faucets have a quick connect feature which makes attachment of the hose easy, but your faucet may differ. So it is better to consult the owner’s manual.