A gleaming, spotless faucet appeals to everyone. Calcium deposits are unfortunately a typical problem with hard water. You do not, however, have to give up. Calcium may be removed from the tap and faucet surface with simple household products and a little elbow work. You should also conduct a basic cleaning at least once a month to make this work easier.
Cleanings on a Regular Basis
Make a dish soap solution.
To avoid causing harm to the faucet’s surface, use a light detergent. In a small bowl, pour 1 to 2 teaspoons (15 to 30 mL) dishwashing liquid. 2 cups (0.47 liters) warm water to make suds, combine the items with a dining utensil.
Clean the faucet.
Soak a normal washrag in the soapy water for a few minutes. Circularly move around the surface in a smooth circular manner. Thoroughly clean the faucet’s base, handle, and neck.
Dental floss can be used to clean tiny fractures.
Cut a length of floss 12 inches (30.48 cm) long. Put the thread through the gaps or spaces in the faucet’s surface. Move your fingers in an up-and-down motion, as if you were flossing your teeth.
Using cold water, rinse the surface.
Using a clean cloth, dampen it. Move it around the surface to remove the soapy residue, dirt, and muck left over from floss cleaning. Continue rinsing until the surface is dirt-free.
Using a microfiber towel, dry the surface.
Brush the entire surface with gentle back-and-forth strokes. Continue until the entire surface is dry. This procedure will also give the surface a beautiful sheen.