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How to Extend the Life of the Tap in the Bathroom
You can't live without a tap in the bathroom! Although it is a product that we use every day, few people remember to maintain it. In fact, the maintenance of the tap is not difficult. Continue to read this article and you will know.
1. Ask a professional to install
First of all, when installing the tap, please have experienced and qualified professionals to install. Before installation, pay attention to clean up the debris in the pipeline; during the installation process, try not to bump the tap with hard objects, and do not leave cement, glue and other objects on the surface, so as not to damage the gloss of the surface coating.
2. Never close the tap tightly
Many people are used to shutting the tap tightly after using the tap, which is very undesirable. Even the traditional tap does not require a great effort to screw it. This will not prevent water leakage but will cause damage to the sealing valve, causing the tap unable to be closed tightly. The correct way is to simply turn it gently.
3. Good habits keep the tap intact as new
After using the tap, develop a good habit of often washing with water and drying with a soft towel. If too much dirt accumulates on the surface, it will affect the service life of the tap on the one hand and aesthetics on the other.
4. Clean the surface dirt in time
If you find that your tap is heavily soiled and cannot be completely cleaned with clean water, you need to use some more powerful methods. Wipe the surface of the tap with a damp cloth or sponge dipped in toothpaste, rinse with water and wipe off excess water with a dry cloth.
5. Clean the impurities when the water flow becomes small
During the process of use, if the water output is found to be reduced, the tap may be blocked. It doesn't matter if it is clogged, because the bubbler at the spout is designed to be removable and washable. As long as the impurities are cleaned and then carefully installed, it can generally be restored to the original.