- 1 How do you unscrew a plastic nut that won’t budge?
- 2 How do you remove plastic faucet mounting nuts?
- 3 How do you loosen a seized nut?
- 4 How do you remove a stuck faucet?
- 5 How do I remove a corroded faucet?
- 6 How do you unscrew a tight plastic lid?
- 7 How do you remove a nut that keeps spinning?
- 8 How do you unscrew a tight screw without a screwdriver?
How do you unscrew a plastic nut that won’t budge?
Attempt to turn the nut by hand counterclockwise. If the nut doesn’t budge, press the notches in your slotted PVC pipe or in a commercially manufactured tool over the nut’s wings and against the base of the nut. Turn the tool counterclockwise to loosen and remove the plastic nuts.
How do you remove plastic faucet mounting nuts?
Crawl under the sink (preferably wearing a headlamp) and get in position. Open the jaws of the wrench, insert the long pole up behind the sink and hook the jaws onto the faucet nut. Be sure they are facing in the direction you need to turn the nut (counterclockwise) so they will automatically lock onto the nut.
How do you loosen a seized nut?
You can use a clamp to get a good grip on the fastener’s head and twist it hard so it can be freed from its position. Another method to loosen a rusted nut and bolt is to use a heat torch on low or moderate heat. Heat will allow the rusted nuts and screws to expand so that they can be loosened.
How do you remove a stuck faucet?
Use the hairdryer to heat up the corroded area if it’s still suck. The heat may be able to break or loosen the bonds as the metal swells. Use the wrench again to see if the area has loosened enough to turn. If your faucet is still stuck, let the metal cool down before moving on to the next step.
How do I remove a corroded faucet?
One solution is to dissolve the hard water residue that is on the faucets. This is most easily done by soaking the area in undiluted white vinegar. You can soak the vinegar in a clean cloth and apply it directly to the corrosion, or you can pour the vinegar on to the area. Then, you can rinse and dry the area.
How do you unscrew a tight plastic lid?
Run hot water over the stuck lid for several minutes to expand the plastic. Firmly grip the lid, and twist it off. Repeat this method if the lid is still stuck. Tap around the edges of the plastic lid with the blunt end of a kitchen knife.
How do you remove a nut that keeps spinning?
7 Answers. Best way: put a wrench on the nut and the proper driver or socket into or over the head of the bolt, and turn one while keeping the other stationary. Second best way: put a wrench on the nut, and a pair of locking pliers on the shank of the bolt.
How do you unscrew a tight screw without a screwdriver?
Removing a small screw
- The tip of a knife. Insert the tip of a pointed knife into the head of the screw.
- Metal nail file. Place the tip of the nail file into the head of the screw and turn counter-clockwise.
- Small scissors.