My kitchen faucet (tall and curved for putting large pots underneath) sprung a leak in the metal neck part of the faucet. Never seen that before...tiny, tiny little pin holes in the neck. I'm thinking maybe I accidentally got something coerrosive on it? I don't know...
Now, I have to buy a replacement faucet. My question...how hard is it, to do this type of job for someone who's never touched plumbing before?
What do I need to know? What tools should I have, etc.?
Thanks for any help you can provide!