When it is time to update the look of your kitchen, you may consider updating your Price Pfister faucet. The Price Pfister faucet assembles and disassembles just like most other faucets. Removing the Price Pfister faucet is a little less messy because the majority of their faucets do not need caulking when installing them to your sink. Although you may have to clean some surface grime away, the sink will be ready for a new faucet as soon as you remove the old unit.
Go under the sink and turn the two water supply valves clockwise to turn off the water supply. Go back to the faucet and turn on both faucet handles to remove any remaining water. Turn off both water faucet handles.
Turn the water supply hose connections counter-clockwise where they connect to the faucet handles under the sink. You will need a pair of channel lock pliers to initially start turning the connections until you can twist them off by hand.
Find the securing wing nuts that fasten the faucet to the sink. The wing nuts will be under the faucet handle threaded stems that the supply hoses connect. Turn the nuts counter-clockwise to remove them from the faucet.
Go up to the top of the sink and pull the faucet straight up off the back of the sink. Pull the faucet out enough that you can access the spray hose connection. Disconnect the spray hose connector from the bottom of the faucet spout with a pair of channel lock pliers. Move the faucet out of your way.
Go under the sink and remove the wing nut that secures the spray holder to the sink. Go back up to the top of the sink and pull the sprayer, sprayer hose and the holder away from the sink.