Do NOT go through all the effort of replacing the washer!I was driving my wife, a nurse, to and from work. Since you asked. That and a weekly shop are the sum total of my journeys out these days.
I DO NOT take the fact that I'm working from home as an excuse to do lots of little jobs that involve travelling all over the place on the grounds that I understand what "STAY THE **** AT HOME" means.
Edit: For example, the hot tap in our upstairs sink has become very difficult to turn on this last week. You need to turn it a bit, then it stops, so turn it back a little then turn it a bit more and repeat 10 or 12 times until the water flows. It needs sorting but I'm not putting my life at risk to do so, as we strangely have more than one hot tap in the house. So fixing it, whilst desirable, most certainly ain't essential. Even though I could easily have popped in to Wickes to get the requisite bits.
This?Do NOT go through all the effort of replacing the washer!
I've just learned/learnt that SCREWFIX will sell you the whole new clever bit inside that lift/push the washer AND the new washer already attached for £5 'ish.
Best order it online, for collection, otherwise you'll be having a conversation in a public place, with a complete stranger (probably female), explaining you want a new "gland" . . . .
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