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How to Clean Chrome Faucets


Chrome faucets add a touch of shine to your home's bathroom or kitchen. Most chrome fixtures are made from a base metal with a layer of chrome plating, which provides durability and a mirrorlike finish. When your chrome faucets become dirty or smudged from water spots, mineral deposits and stains, clean them with common household items to keep them shiny and bright. Keep your chrome faucet clean and dry to prevent residue or water spots that can dull its appearance.



   1     Dampen a soft cloth with white vinegar and wring out any excess.
   2     Wipe the chrome faucet thoroughly with the cloth to remove water spots or stains.
   3     Dry the chrome faucet with a clean, dry cloth. Inspect the chrome for mineral buildup.
   4     Combine 2 teaspoons of salt and 1 teaspoon of white vinegar in a bowl. Use a spoon to stir the mixture.
   5     Apply the salt and vinegar mixture to the faucet with a cloth or soft-bristled toothbrush. Scrub the mineral buildup with the cloth or toothbrush to loosen and remove it.
   6     Dampen a clean cloth with water and wring it out. Wipe the faucet with the cloth to remove any residue.
   7     Dry the faucet with a clean, soft cloth.


Tips & Warnings

         Don't use any harsh cleaners or abrasives to clean chrome faucets.


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