Tighten the spigot with a wrench

Can you hook up a water hose to a sink

If there isn't a spigot where

While a lot of faucets have the same sized hole, some do not. You need to cut them to length to fit into the open end of the shut-off valve. This can be a temporary solution if you are having plumbing work done in the laundry room, or have moved into a home without standard washer connections. Sometimes though, on older or more difficult faucets, a pair of pliers may be required to break the fitting. Twist the faucet supply line onto the female end of the adapter.

Coil the excess water line

If there is, you are in luck. The best example of this is probably the Koala faucet adapter. Your hose adapter may already include this valve. Drill holes in the base cabinet walls to route the water line from beneath the sink to the rear of the refrigerator. The kitchen faucet can be a great source of water for your hose, whether it is for gardening purposes or washing.

Coil the excess water line behind the refrigerator. If there isn't a spigot where you need it, you may be able to adapt an existing faucet that has an aerator.

If the area around the bottom of your bathroom faucet is smooth no grooved thread for a hose to screw into flat you are out of luck and can't connect the hose to it. If so, you will need to break this fitting and pull it out. After the tube has been shaped, secure it to the tailpiece with the coupling nut.

Some faucets come with factory-attached soft-copper supply lines on both the hot- and cold-water tailpieces, which means the only attaching will be directly to the shut-off valves. In my particular case I use the hose most often to fill my aquariums, but it can also be useful for plants and hydroponics, to attach small appliances, for cleaning, and many other applications. Insert the new water line into the opening on the tee.