We have a 10+ year old faucet that has been spraying in all the wrong directions for about a year. We finally bought a new one but when we tried to take out the old we ran into some tight quarters. We tried a plumbers wrench but there is no clearance for such a big wrench. Then, a family member loaned us a long wrench with a grasping/clamp thing on the end but we still can get any leverage on the washer/nut. Help! I now have water leaking through the faucet area and into my kitchen cabinet - the bucket is filling fast! Any suggestions would be helpful. We'd like to do this ourselves but hiring someone might be the answer. What do you think?