Dripping water of a faucet
I've had the same problem a time or two in the past, and although it seems to be a problem you dont want to tackle, it is rather easy and dosen't take much time.
First you need to know the brand name of the faucet, then go to your local hardware store and tell them what you are looking for. They should then give you a faucet repair kit that contains maybe rubber "O" rings, washers, and or gaskets, along with a diagram of how it all works. Then when you get back to your faucet, shut off your water and draing the pressure by oppening the valve (should only take a couple of seconds or so), and follow the directions on the package. Now they are small parts, so when you take it apart, just pay close attention to how it breakes down, and putting it back together will be a breeze.
Hope this helped some, and best of luck
on Jun 05, 2012