At present, almost every household has a Stainless Stee […]
At present, almost every household has a Stainless Steel Bathroom Faucet in the bathroom. They are equipped with various styles of bathrooms. They all have a view. The versatile stainless steel bathroom faucet is also used frequently, so people will encounter many faucets. Question, let's talk about the common problems of water leakage in faucets today.
Q: Why did I change the entire faucet or leak it?
A: Some water leaks have nothing to do with the faucet itself. It may be caused by improper installation of the hose and the faucet body. In addition, it may be caused by problems such as aging of the water supply hose to the faucet, unstable water pressure or corrosion. Once the water hose is cracked or burst, the consequences will be very serious. Therefore, experts recommend checking or replacing the water hose every 1-2 years or so.
Q: What should I pay attention to when repairing the faucet leaking?
A: If you repair it yourself, the first thing is to turn off the water supply. Simply turn off the water supply valve near the faucet to turn off the water supply, but if the house is not equipped with a water supply valve for each faucet, you must turn off the main water supply valve to shut off all water supply. If it is difficult to find out the cause of the leaking water, you can find a professional repairer to disassemble the faucet and replace the parts.
Q: How should I use the faucet properly?
A: Some people like to tighten the faucet every time they run out of water, thinking that this will prevent water leakage. In fact, the correct use of the faucet should be lightly closed as much as possible. Do not vigorously rotate the faucet knob repeatedly. The faucet should not be rotated too tightly. In addition, the faucet should try not to bump with hard objects. For the use of the bathtub faucet, the metal hose of the shower head should be kept in a natural stretch state. When not in use, do not coil it on the faucet. When using or not, be careful not to form a dead angle at the joint between the hose and the valve body to avoid breakage or damage. hose.