|Item Weight||3.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||13.6 x 18 x 16.5 inches|
|Item model number||89434|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Limited life time warranty on product finish|
Danco 89434 Head-to-Toe Trim Kit for Delta Single-Handle Tub and Shower Faucets
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Head-To-Toe remodeling kit for Delta single handle tub/shower faucets. Includes all of the exterior trim required to convert you existing Delta single handle tub/shower faucet to a new brushed nickel finish. Now you can update the tub/shower to match a new lavatory faucet with no behind the wall plumbing.
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Danco is one of the largest plumbing repair, replacement and remodel suppliers in the home improvement industry. We are largely focused on empowering Do It Yourself consumers with affordable plumbing products and solutions which create new and refreshing décors for bathrooms and kitchens.
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Keep in mind that if you have a diverter on your valve (the thin rod that sticks out of the bottom of the circular trim plate) you have two options. Leave the existing diverter and have a chrome diverter sticking out of the brushed nickel plate, or remove it and cover the hole in the plate with the nickel button that comes in this kit.
Removing the existing diverter is a bit of a pain. You have to unscrew the plug containing the diverter mechanism with a 7/8" wrench (it's best to cut off the diverter mechanism and then use a 7/8" socket on the plug. Then with a needle nose pliers you have to reach into the opening and remove the 3/4" x 1/2" flat plastic flap that had been used to block water from the tub spigot. If you don't remove the plastic tab, it could tip over once the control mechanism is removed and send water to the shower head. Once you remove the diverter, you will need a 1/2" plug for the hole. Depending upon the thickness of your tile you may find that a pvc plug is too big and prevents the trim plate from fitting securely. I removed the thin brass plug through which the diverter passed, filled it with mighty putty, and reinserted it to block water from leaking out.
If you are replacing the tile and ripping out the wall anyway, I suggest spending another $40 and getting the Moen kit that contains a new style valve that helps prevent scalding.
This trim kit worked beautifully for us since we did not want to, or need to replace the shower valve and parts behind the tile and wall. We did want to update the look of the shower/tub faucet to go along with our new vanity, sink and faucet (new faucet is in brushed chrome).
I would not hesitate to recommend the Danco trim kits to anyone!