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Clean Your Faucet Aerator

If the water from your household smells or does not come out properly, you know there is something seriously wrong in your faucet aerator. Faucets aerators are relatively easy to fix-once you know how they work and what to do to fix them.

Cleaning a faucet aerator is an easy and accessible task that needs to be done to remove any limescale. The buildup may cause permanent damage to the sink, and any deposit needs to be treated as soon as possible.
Here is how to clean your faucet aerator simply and efficiently.

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  • Distilled vinegar/White vinegar
  • Lemon
  • Descaling/Decalcifying product
  • Gloves
  • Wrench or pliers
  • Cloth
  • Water

Methods

There are a few methods to clean your faucet and tap:

  • Natural method, using alcohol vinegar, white vinegar or lemon.
  • Chemical method, using a descaling product.

The use of a natural product avoids any toxic waste. Make sure to wear gloves regardless.
To descale, use hot water as this will facilitate the action of whatever cleaning product you’ll be using.

Clean the outside of the tap

Before moving to the aerator, the first step is to take care of your tap. Whatever product you’re using, the approach is the same.

  • With a sponge soaked in hot water and cleaning product, rub the surface of the faucet.
  • Leave the mix on for a few minutes.
  • Rinse with clean water.

Read more: http://www.groomedhome.com/cleaning/bathroom/clean-faucet-aerator