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Ok. Trolled the forum looking for answers. Didn't see this question anywhere. Just replaced whole vanity and sink in my home. The house had been sitting vacant for 5 months due to a fire. My wife and I remodeled the bathrooms while contractors worked on the rest of the house. So I have new supply lines, new valves, new faucet and new drain. Getting really low flow out of my bathroom sink. The problem isn't anywhere else in the house so after surfing this forum for about an hour, I'm pretty sure it's the aerator clogged with sediment due to the pipes sitting for awhile. I have an aquasource faucet with an inset screen and I can't seem to get the aerator out. I don't want to damage anything. But idk how else to get it out. I've removed regular aerators in the past. No clue how to get this guy outta there.