Upgrading your RV bathroom faucet can improve not only the aesthetics of your bathroom but also the functionality.
From the start, ensure your new faucet is compatible with your RV bathroom’s setup.
Switching from a two-handle faucet to a faucet with one handle means extra holes.
You can then begin gathering the necessary tools. This job should only require a handful of tools like an adjustable wrench, channel locks, and a headlamp.
If you’ve been using the city water connection, shut off the water spigot.
If you’re using the water pump, turn it off.
Have a towel and bucket handy when loosening the water lines and gaskets.
There’s a chance that some water will remain in the water lines.