I am, once again, taking the long way around a problem, and I think I'm being pretty clever. There's a leak on the hose of our kitchen faucet, and it's causing water to run down beneath the sink. It's already caused the lower shelf collapse.
Instead of getting a new faucet (which, admittedly, we should do at some point), I used science to work around this problem.
The surface tension of the water is causing it to run down the side of the metal tube and under the sink rather than just fall out of the leak and go down the drain. I have used a piece of string to reroute the water's path.
|If you thought I'd do dishes before taking a picture of the sink, you should realize that this is not that kind of blog.|