How To Remove Grohe Kitchen Faucet? Step-by-Step Tutorial

If you are remodeling or moving, you may need to remove the kitchen faucet. In addition to innovative water solutions, Grohe offers kitchen fittings and complete bathroom solutions.

Taking apart a Grohe faucet is similar to that of other brands, and some have quick-connects to connect a sprayer hose to their faucets.

How To Remove Grohe Kitchen Faucet:

Faucets in the Kitchen may differ in design, but they all function similarly. You will find these faucets in two flavors:

1. Single-handle – uses a single handle and one cartridge for both hot and cold water.
2. Double-handle – uses two handles and two cartridges, one each for hot and cold.

Single Handle Grohe Kitchen Faucet

Step 1: Disconnect the supply lines

Remove the water supply hoses from the faucet and adjust the connecting nuts counterclockwise using a wrench. Disconnect the faucet’s supply lines by pulling away from the hoses.

Step 2: Remove the sprayer

Find where the quick-connect for the spray hose secures to the faucet. Push the ring at the end of the connector with your fingers. While holding the ring in place, grasp the connector and push it up. Remove the hose from the faucet by pulling it down.

Step 3: Loosen the faucet nuts

With slip-joint pliers, remove the nut and spacer holding the faucet to the sink counter.

Step 4: Remove the faucet

Pull the spray head from the faucet spout and continue to pull the hose until it is completely detached. Remove the faucet from the countertop.

Two Handle Grohe Kitchen Faucet

Step 1: Disconnect the water lines

Cut the shutoff valves under the sink so that no water will flow to the faucet. Under the sink, remove the nuts that secure the hot and cold water lines to the faucet handle stems. Remove the water lines from the faucet.

Step 2: Remove the sprayer nuts

To remove the faucet sprayer hose, use a wrench to remove the nut at the center of the faucet below the sink. Remove the hose from the faucet. Grohe faucets often have quick-connect hose attachments. Pull the hose from the faucet by pressing the ring on the end of the connector.

Step 3: Loosen the faucet nuts

Using a pair of slip-joint pliers, loosen the nuts that secure the faucet handle stems and the center of the faucet to the counter under the sink. Remove the washers from the stems of the faucet handles.

Step 4: Remove C-clips

The C-clip should be attached to the side of the stem of the faucet near the bottom of the countertop. Remove this clip with a flathead screwdriver. Remove all other washers from the center of the faucet.

Step 5: Remove the faucet

Remove the faucet and the hose from the counter by pulling them straight apart.


Grohe kitchen faucet is a perfect faucet for your kitchen. It has many features that make it the best choice for your kitchen. One of them is its pullout and swivel spray.

This feature makes it easy to clean or fill pots and pans. You can also clean the sink easily with this feature.

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