- When the gas temperature is below 0 degrees, if the handle of the faucet is abnormal, it must be sprayed with hot water until the handle feels normal, otherwise it will affect the life of the faucet spool.
- After the tap is turned off, there will be dripping, which is caused by residual water in the faucet cavity and is a normal phenomenon. If it takes a long time, more than ten minutes to appear dripping phenomenon, there will be leakage, indicating that the product has quality problems.
- Due to the trace carbonate in the water, it is easy to form scale on the metal surface to corrode the surface of the faucet, affecting the cleaning and service life of the faucet. Therefore, after using the faucet, always wipe the surface of the faucet with a soft cotton cloth or sponge with neutral soap (note: do not use corrosive or acidic substances), and then dry the surface with a soft cloth. Avoid using steel wool or wipe pads with hard particles.
- Don’t use too much force on opening and closing the faucet. Even traditional faucets do not require a great deal of force to twist. In particular, do not support or use the handle as a handrail. Many people are accustomed to deliberately tightening the faucet after using it. This practice is undesirable. Not only does it fail to prevent leaks, but it can also cause damage to the sealing valve, resulting in a weak faucet.
- The water flow is reduced and cannot remove impurities. In the case of water pressure of at least 0.02mpa, if you notice a reduced water flow, the faucet may be clogged internally. The solution is to use a wrench to gently unscrew the nozzle strainer cover at the faucet outlet, carefully clean the impurities and then carefully install.