Blue bathroom vanities are calm and safe color for vanity. Now you face the question of the hour: How do you remove the scary-looking stuff is known as bathroom vanity plumbing? Less intimidating than it looks, the plumbing in the bathroom sink is removed in minutes, using a few common tools and a little elbow grease. Roll up your sleeves and gather your tools and before you know it, you have this surgery done and be on to the next step in your remodeling project. Turn off the water going to the bathroom sink, turn the valve handles shut located directly under the hot and cold water taps. They will be near the bottom of the vanity and should turn easily by hand. If you are stuck, use pliers to grip and turn.
Open hot and cold water taps to release any pressure water left in the pipes. Free the hot water line is on the top of the inside blue bathroom vanities by using a wrench for turning the bolt which connects below the crane. Part of the water line will remain; this is part of the crane assembly and should be left intact. Repeat this process with cold water line on the other side of the vanity interior. Remove the hot water pipe by unscrewing the bolts that connect the water line to the shutoff valve and reefs aside; then do the same with the cold water line.
Place a bucket under the drain pipe and use the wrench unscrews the pipe where it connects to the bottom of the sink and blue bathroom vanities near the bottom of the floor. The pipe will have water left in the “S”, so try not to tip it on the floor. Release the portion of the drain pipe in the bucket when it is free of connections. You are now ready to proceed with the replacement of the sink, faucet, vanity or finished whole. If your plumbing is more than two years, it is a good idea to replace water pipes and sewage pipes with new ones when you install your new fixture.