Tips for Cleaning Faucets
Sink faucets tend to collect a lot more grime than do sinks themselves, and this applies to kitchens, bathrooms, laundries and even shower heads. Their shape is awkward to clean, and even when one hundred percent hygienic, a dull faucet just looks dirty and grimy.
Here are some tips for keeping your faucets clean and shiny like new…
- Basic faucet cleaning is achieved with plain water or water mixed with a little mild dish soap. Dry it with a clean, dry microfibre cloth and buff it to a shine.
- If a basic clean doesn’t do the trick, the next step is to try white vinegar. Mildly acidic, vinegar mixed equally with water and applied with a cleaning cloth can effectively remove water spots and fingerprints. Use an old toothbrush to clean edges and other hard-to-reach areas, and wipe dry as above.
- You could try using a mild window and glass cleaner to clean and polish your faucets.
- For a shiny and gleaming finish, apply a little baby oil with a cotton cloth and polish the faucet.
- Never use caustic drain cleaners or any other corrosive cleaning agents on faucets as these can damage the finish irreparably.
- To remove buildup of lime from faucets and showerheads, providing they are stainless steel or chrome, fill a plastic bag with white vinegar and attach over the faucet or shower head with a rubber band. Leave in place for one hour then rinse and dry well.
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