Pure copper faucet advantages: corrosion resistance, acid and alkali resistance, easy processing, mature technology, antibacterial, bacteriostatic pure copper faucet pure copper faucet disadvantages: cleaning and maintenance of faucets containing trace lead
★ wipe with a dry soft cotton cloth;
★ do not Wipe the surface of the faucet with a hard object such as a steel ball to avoid scratching the surface of the faucet;
★ It is best to use a neutral cleaning agent to clean, strong acid and alkaline detergents are not suitable for cleaning with a faucet;
★ After the faucet is cleaned, use a dry one Wipe off the remaining water on the surface with a towel;
★ the colored faucet can be wiped with a dry rag;
★ the internal cleaning of the faucet is also very important, and the bubbler is often cleaned.
★ Turn on lightly: Do not use too much force to switch the faucet, just turn it gently. Even traditional faucets do not need to be screwed to death. In particular, do not use the handle as an armrest to support or use it.
★ Keep it natural: The metal hose of the shower head of the bathtub faucet should be kept in a natural stretched state, and do not coil it around the faucet when not in use. Be careful not to form a dead corner at the joint of the hose and the valve body, so as not to break or damage the hose.
★ Clear impurities: If the water pressure is not less than 0.02mpa, after using for a period of time, if you find that the water output is reduced, or even the water heater is turned off, you can gently unscrew the screen at the outlet of the faucet. Cover, to remove impurities, can generally be restored to the original. Special reminder
★ Let go of the overnight water. When using, let go of the water left in the faucet for a long time, such as overnight water. This can reduce the lead content.
★ Can the stainless steel material replace copper to solve the problem of lead in the faucet? Copper can quickly kill super bacteria like MRSA in 30 minutes and prevent bacteria from producing antibodies. This is an advantage that other materials (such as stainless steel and plastic) do not have . The melting point of stainless steel is higher than copper, and it is not easy to form. At present, the production process is relatively mature. Although stainless steel alloys do not contain lead, they still contain other heavy metals (chromium, cadmium, arsenic, etc.).