Want to save money and have a nice-looking sink? Well then you don't want to skip over this posting. Frank Di Leo was in studio to show us how to change a sink faucet. It really is a job that anyone can do as long as you have the knowhow and the right tools. Here are Frank's instructions.
Shut off water at main or at shut-off valves under the sink. Untighten and remove water feeds. Remove nut(s) that hold faucet secure to underside of countertop. Remove faucet. Install new faucet and secure with retainers supplied (be sure to center the faucet). Connect water feed(s) to underside of faucet (use teflon tape on threads). Remember to never over-tighten the fittings on braided hoses, you compromise the seal. Open the water supply valves and test it out!