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3 Different Ways To Remove Stains From Stainless Steel Faucets

3 different stain removal methods for Stainless Steel Faucets :

1. Stainless steel faucet fittings appear foggy or hairy on the surface during long-term use, because the scale is attached to the surface of the metal, so our task is to remove the scale. Cleaning method: First, squeeze a little toothpaste on the stainless steel faucet, then gently scrub with a toothbrush, rinse it with water, polish it with an old stocking that you don’t want, and then use orange peel to hit the metal surface again (because orange The skin contains fruit acid, which can maintain stainless steel jewelry) and make it as bright as new.

2. How to clean the watermark on the stainless steel faucet

① Slight scale: Dip a rag with laundry detergent, washing powder, detergent, soap, and other detergents to wipe the faucet, and it will be clean after flushing with clean water.

②A lot of scale: Soak a rag with white vinegar and apply it on the faucet for ten minutes.

③The stainless steel faucet can be wiped with toothpaste to add brightness; the colorful faucet should be wiped with a dry rag; If the amount of water flowing out of the faucet is small, it means that there is debris in the filter screen of the faucet outlet, which is mostly caused by the accumulation of scale. The filter can be removed, soaked in white vinegar mixed with hot water, rinsed with clean water, and put back to improve. Showers usually have a lot of water, and similar situations are prone to occur. Some showers have soft silicone inside, and you can just rub them with your hands after opening them.

3. How to remove the rust on the stainless steel faucet

Now some stainless steel faucets will rust after being used for a long time. In the face of this situation, we can use potato peels to remove rust spots.

Cleaning method:
① Use the skin and flesh of the peeled potatoes to repeatedly scrub the surface of the stainless steel faucet and then wash it with clean water. If you don't have potatoes, you can also use white radish skins, and the same method of scrubbing stainless steel faucets can also achieve the same rust-removal effect!

② You can also prepare salt and vinegar, mix the salt and vinegar together, stir, let the salt be fully diluted in the vinegar, and then heat it. Cover the affected area for 20-30 minutes. After half an hour has passed, use a rough cloth dipped in a salt-vinegar mixture and scrub vigorously to easily remove stubborn rust. If you use soft cloth and toothpaste, please pay attention to the degree of force, and be careful that the toothpaste will grind your precious faucet into small marks. It is best to use the current crystal toothpaste.