Water leakage in the joint is generally caused by loosening of the nut. We can re-tighten the nut or replace with a new U-shaped washer if the water leaks from the kitchen joint.
Water drips when the faucet is closed, and leaks when the faucet is closed. If you see water coming out of the handle, the first thing to do is to make sure the sealing nut on the faucet is tight, but be careful not to scratch the nut with pliers or wrenches. If it is found that the cause of the leakage is not a loose nut, the sealing ring must be replaced. The sealing ring of the faucet can be a sealing ring composed of one or more O-shaped rubber rings, or a rope or cord wrapped around the valve core under a sealing nut.
Leaks are caused by worn shaft washers inside the faucet. Solution for water tap leakage: use pliers to loosen and remove the sealing tube, and use a clamp to remove the shaft gasket. Replace the shaft washer with a new one.
The gap leakage in the lower part of the faucet is caused by the wear of the triangular gasket in the sealing sleeve: loosen the screw to remove the boring head, then loosen the cover, then remove the cover in the triangular sealing ring and replace it with a new one.