I have a seasonal camp that is winterized each year. The kitchen faucet spray nozzle must have suffered from some ice damage and leaks constantly.
The feed line to it comes from the mixed section of the faucet and there is no way to disconnect it.
I would like to avoid buying a whole new faucet set and I do not use the spray nozzle.
Can I just cut it and cap it or is there another way to correct this problem? (the water leaks all the time and if I don't keep the sprayer in the basin it leaks into the cabinet)
I don't want to replace the hose/sprayer - since I also want to use the hole in the sink back for something else. I don't use the sprayer.
I suppose the answers depend on the model of faucet - in this case it is a MOEN - and it does not look like the host it detatchable.