Cleaning and maintenance of faucets
Wipe with a dry and soft cotton cloth.
★ Do not wipe the faucet surface with hard objects such as steel balls to avoid scratching the surface of the faucet.
★ It is best to use a neutral detergent for cleaning. Strong acid and alkali detergents are not suitable for faucet cleaning.
★ After cleaning the faucet, wipe the residual water from the surface with a dry, lint-free towel.
★ Colored faucets can be wiped with a dry cloth.
★ It is also important to clean the inside of the faucet. Clean the bubbler frequently.
★ Open gently. Do not open and close the faucet too vigorously, just turn it gently. Even with conventional faucets, you do not need to use a lot of force to twist. In particular, do not support or use the handle as a handrail.
★ Keep it natural. The shower head metal hose of the bathtub faucet should be kept in a natural state of stretch. Do not coil it around the faucet when it is not in use. Take care not to create a dead spot where the hose connects to the valve body to avoid breaking or damaging the hose.
★ Clean of impurities. When the water pressure is not less than 0.02mpa, after a period of time, if you find that the amount of water is reduced, or even close the water heater, you can gently unscrew the faucet outlet at the filter hood to remove impurities, general recovery as before.
Drain the overnight water. Drain any water that remains in the faucet for a long time, such as overnight water, when you use it. This will reduce the amount of lead.
Copper can quickly kill superbugs such as MRSA within 30 minutes and prevent bacteria from developing antibodies, an advantage that other materials such as stainless steel and plastic do not offer. Stainless steel has a higher melting point than copper and is not easy to mold. Currently, the manufacturing process is still relatively immature. Although stainless steel alloys do not contain lead, they still contain other heavy metals (chromium, cadmium, arsenic, etc.).