I know nothing about how to fix simple drippy faucets, though I imagine it doesn't require a rocket science degree. My old kitchen faucet has been leaking for quite some time, and it's getting worse and I'm wasting water.
Seeing as how money is a bit tight (well, a lot tight), I'd like to fix it myself. I'm hoping someone here can tell me it's possible for me to take care of this with the simple basic tools I have in my toolbox. I know enough to turn the water off under the sink, and that's where my knowledge ends. Attached is a photo of the faucet - it's a Kohler.
Any advice, video links, reassurance that I can do this? Thanks in advance.