Maintaining your Faucet’s Finish

faucet finishes

Your faucet’s outer finish is one of its most visible parts, and keeping it looking new can be a challenge. Hard water, make up, and even toothpaste can, over time, wear away the finish.

To keep your faucets and fixtures looking their best, avoid using harsh cleaners or scrubbers. A wet washcloth with mild soap is usually enough. Avoid limescale removers or anything with an organic solvent such as alcohol. Be sure to rinse off any residual cleaner thoroughly and to dry your faucet with a towel.

For dried water spots, try a 50/50 blend of household vinegar and water. Once again, be sure to rinse off any vinegar once you’re done.

For information on how to best care for your specific faucet and finish, we recommend visiting the manufacturer’s website to find more detailed instructions.