There is nothing more irritating than a dripping tap; it wastes water, makes those nasty marks on your sink, and that constant drip dripping noise can drive you mad. Luckily it's an easy job to fix. If you have one of these modern, easy-to-turn-on taps, it's likely the ceramic-disc inside will need replacing. Watch this video tutorial to learn how to repair a ceramic disc tap yourself.
Get all the tools you need together before you start. You'll need:
* An adjustable spanner
* A flat head screw driver
* A cross head screw driver
* And a replacement ceramic-disc for your particular tap.
For this reason it's a good idea to get started early in the day so you've got time to take the damaged ceramic-disc to a DIY store to get a match if needed.