How to Care for Kitchen Faucet in a Good Shape

Have you just installed a highly expensive and attractive kitchen faucet? You have to make a proper schedule of maintenance, so the faucet still in a good condition and can function for many years to come. Maintaining kitchen faucet in a good shape isn’t hard at all. Here are some of easy steps you can follow.

Daily maintenance

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Run daily maintenance is really important because most of the faucets need it. Doing daily maintenance won’t take so much time, homeowner only need to prepare a damp cloth and a mild soap, rub the kitchen faucet with those and dry it with a soft cloth. This simple step is endowed with magical power able to retain the original luster of the kitchen faucet.

Another step you can do is using a range of dedicated cleaning products for maintenance the sink area and the faucets as well. Please be careful when selecting cleaning products, avoid abrasive and harsh cleaners because they can cause damage to the finish of the kitchen faucet.

Not all kinds of faucets can be treated in the same way, sometimes several faucet materials need special treatment. For example, a liquid or aerosol polish can give a good benefit for a matte finished faucet, which is able to limit the appearance of fingerprint marks.

A minor maintenance

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Consider faucets made by the popular manufacturers, they always produced products with minimal maintenance required. However, there is a minor maintenance you can do to maintain the high-performance of the kitchen faucet. No need to buy new product annually, if your faucet not work properly, go check the internal components, maybe the seats and springs need to be replaced.

Remove deposits

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Several homeowners are living in areas with hard water which can cause the gradual build up of mineral and lime deposits, not only in the faucet, but also the drain. Use a window cleaner or a mild abrasive cleaner, both work well. Please avoid using coarse sponge or bristly pad when cleaning out the deposits because they can give huge damage to the finish of the kitchen faucet.

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