Cleaning Hard Water Build-Up
You’ve tried scrubing with all the best cleaners. You’ve even considered replacing your whole bathroom faucet because of unsightly hard water build-up. Do not worry. There’s a quick fix that will have your faucet looking like new.
- Over time, minerals in hard water create unsightly deposits on water fixtures that seem nearly impossible to remove.
- After determining which brush to use, clean loose deposits that have collected along faucet bases and handle stems. (You should use the least aggressive brush that will work for you. Also, keep in mind that some faucets, especially some brass faucets, have a lacquer finish, which may require polishing rather than using the brushes. See the instructions on the care of your faucet.)
- Next, secure the faucet screen in the D-Vise and clean it using the #403 bristle brush to improve your water flow.