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Faucet Use Precautions

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1. All kinds of impurities in the pipeline should be thoroughly removed during installation. Avoid valve core damage, jamming, blockage and leakage. At the same time, the surface should be cleaned and there should be no residue of construction materials.

2. For any kind of faucet product in use, there is no need to use excessive force on the switch, just gently twist or toggle it. Even traditional faucets do not need to spend a lot of force to twist. In particular, do not support or use the handle as a handrail.

Products equipped with a spout mesh cover should be disassembled and rinsed to remove impurities after a period of use. The product equipped with the hose should pay attention to keep the hose in the natural state of continuous stretching, to avoid damage.

3. Bathtub faucet lotus head metal hose should be kept in the natural state of stretching, do not coil it on the faucet when using. At the same time, when using or not using, pay attention to the connection between the hose and the valve body not to form a dead angle, so as to avoid hose breakage or damage.

4. Through the use of the spout sometimes occurs incomplete closure, leakage, loose handle, loose connection leakage, and other phenomena, consumers can generally resolve on their own.

Household hundreds of general zinc aluminum, plastic, copper, iron, stainless steel, etc..

Generally, more copper is used, but it is easy to rust in humid environments.
It is recommended to use stainless steel is better. Because the processing difficulty of stainless steel faucets is greater than copper, so the price is also higher.

There is also the fact that you can’t just look at the material. Also look at the thickness. Thicker than thin expensive, better than thin version.

The general household recommendation is to use a thicker copper, stainless steel faucet in the current price is still relatively high.

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