Cleaning A Chrome Faucet
We all know that using soap and water can clean almost anything, and chrome is no exception. But what do we do if we want a deeper clean and a brighter shine than simply using regular old soap?
Let’s explore 3 super easy DIY methods that you can easily implement to get your chrome shining once again.
Keeping Your Faucet Clean
Once you’ve got your chrome faucet sparkling again, you’ll want to keep it clean. One way of ensuring an ever-clean faucet is to do frequent, small cleans. Wiping the faucet dry after each use helps prevent water spots or stains.
Doing a weekly quick clean with soap and water will help stop limescale build-up and soap scum deposits before they get really large and noticeable. If limescale buildup is bad, different types of water filters can help prevent the problem from ever getting to your tap.
Our last option is for the real neat freaks out there. If you want to ensure your chrome is always gleaming for as long as possible, consider investing in some chrome polish.
Different polishes will have different application instructions, but the main idea is to apply the polish after a deep clean, to keep your faucet looking that way. No smudges, stains, or spots.
We hope the cleaning methods outlined here will help you keep the chrome in your bathroom, and even all around the house, looking brand new.