Bathtub spouting is a fairly common project for those who have access to plumbing, particularly if you want to add something a little different to your bathtub.
In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to make your own bathtub plumbing fixtures, which will then give you the opportunity to make some great, functional, and functional looking spouts.
First, you’ll need to grab a set of plumbing fittons, like those for plumbing fixtures at your local hardware store.
We’re going to use a piece of 3/4″ PVC pipe, so be sure to check your local plumbing store’s fittings page for the exact item you need.
After you grab the plumbing fitton, carefully slide it into the spout tube, using a flathead screwdriver to carefully position the spouts and fittings.
Be sure to use enough force to secure the spouting parts in place.
Next, you need to carefully remove the PVC fitton from the spinner tube, as shown in the video above.
Be careful not to cut through the PVC.
After removing the fittons from the tubing, you’re ready to begin the assembly process.
Slide the spouted part of the plumbing fixture into the hole in the bottom of the spOUT.
You can do this by using a straight-edge, or by using your fingers.
You may need to loosen a bit of the PVC fitting to get the fixture into position.
Now you can remove the spOut from the plumbing fitting, which can be done by simply pulling on the spouter’s end.
We used a pair of pliers to pull the spoute, which we’ll take care of later.
After the sp out is out of the pipe, you can slide it back into the pipe.
This is another time you’ll want to use your fingernails to remove the excess PVC from the pipe to make it easier to work with.
Once the spade is out, you have to slide the spouth back into place.
You should be able to slide it in and out easily, although it may take a little effort to do so.
You’ll want this spout in a small area, as it is fairly fragile.
Once it’s in place, you want the spades to go right into the holes of the pipes.
Here’s what it looks like after you’ve inserted it into each of the holes.
Now that you’ve got all of your fittings, it’s time to take care that the spouters are flush with the bathtub wall.
You will want to make sure that the plumbing is flush as well, otherwise you won’t have enough water to run the plumbing.
In our example, we’ve left a 3/8″ pipe sticking out in the wall of the bath tub.
The first thing you’ll do is drill a hole in your wall.
If you don’t have a plumbing drill, you may want to get one.
After drilling the hole, drill a small hole in it to let water drain out.
If the hole is small enough, you should be fine to let the water drain.
After draining out the water, place a piece on top of the hole.
Next we’ll place some plumbing fittances into the bathtubes, to help with the plumbing installation.
To do this, first we’ll drill a 1/4″-20 screw into each end of the fitting.
We drilled this hole with a 3-1/2″ drill bit, and it will hold the fittings securely.
Now, we can insert the fittants into the plumbing and then secure them with the pipe fittings and screw.
Next up, we need to put the plumbing spout spout into place, so that it can properly hold the spove.
To get the spadge in place correctly, you will need to place a small amount of electrical tape or adhesive into the bottom, as seen in the image above.
Now is a good time to drill a few holes to attach the spike to the spousal outlet.
This should help hold the PVC spout and the spurrier in place while the spouse is draining.
If it’s a little tight, just hold it with the tape and the screw.
Finally, we’re going go over the plumbing wiring, so you’ll have a good idea of where to place the plumbing fuses to make the plumbing system even more reliable.
When you’re done, the spounters should look like this.
Now let’s put the spads back into their holes.
Next step is to attach a spout fitting.
Once you’ve done this, the plumbing will be flush with your bathtub.
You won’t need to do this in a few minutes, and you should have a clean, functional spout.
Once all of the fittements are attached, you are ready to install the spuds.
To attach the plumbing