What Type of Wrench Do You Use to Remove a Aerator from a Faucet?

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There is no special wrench needed to remove an aerator from a faucet, generally. To avoid damage to the faucet, use a small wrench (plumbing or crescent) with a rag over the faucet to prevent scratching or gouging.
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1. Locate the aerator, which is a cap fitted with a screen at the tip of your spout. 2. Remove the aerator by twisting the cap clockwise with your fingers. 3. If the cap doesn't turn
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I gather you are referring to the aerator where the water comes out? Most sink aerators have a thread allowing consumers to remove them when they get old. Depending on how old it
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use a pair of channel locks squeeze it and turn. Source(s) maint man.
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It should just unscrew. You might need some needle nose pliers as the aerator may be slightly recessed.
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