If you notice a puddle of water that slowly grows under your waterfall bathroom faucet, there may be a hose that is losing. These hoses connect to your tap water supply valves under the sink. These hoses are flexible; allowing the sink is on them can be placed according to your needs. Repair a leaky faucet hose includes first identify the source of the leak, then take the steps necessary to ensure that the problem is repaired. Close the water supply to the leaky hose. Follow supply hose under the sink to where it meets the shutoff valve on the wall.
Open the waterfall bathroom faucet. Let the water flow remains inside. Turn off the tap. Clean hose faucet with a towel. Identifies that part of the hose is leaking. Wrap the hose with tape to repair pipes, if the leak is in the middle of hose. It begins about two inches (5 cm) above the leak and surrounds the hose in the direction of clockwise. Repeat the process, beginning at the opposite end and wrapping the tape in the opposite direction.
Unscrew the hose coupling of the water supply valve with tweezers if the leak is located at one end of the hose waterfall bathroom faucet.