Stains Making Your Bathroom Taps Look Old? Get Them Sparkling Again!

While cleaning your bathroom, faucets cannot be missed. We give you tips on how to get your taps looking as good as new.

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Check out these tips and tricks to keep your taps and other bathroom fittings shining all the time!

Some people prefer having a warm bath at the end of a tiring day, while others require it to kickstart their mornings. No matter what your preference is, bathing in a clean bathroom can go a long way in setting the mood for the day. While there are several tips and tricks to clean this area, the taps and other fittings are often neglected, leaving them stained and making your bathroom look old and dirty.

The more you avoid cleaning fixtures, the worse the problem becomes. So, try these tips to make your faucets look sparkling clean and enjoy your bath no matter which time of day you choose.

1) Use Sandpaper and Conditioner

Take a sheet of sandpaper, which is easily available at hardware stores. Make sure you ask for one that can also be used in wet conditions (this is the less abrasive variety). Apply some conditioner over the stained taps and scrub it with the sandpaper. This will remove all the dirt particles and provide a smooth and clean finish to the surface.

2) Use Lemon Juice and Baking Soda

Make a paste of 2 tbsp. of lemon juice and 2 tsp. of baking soda. Apply it over the faucets and let it rest for 20 minutes. Scrub the area with a sponge or cloth and rinse thoroughly with water.

3) Use Baby Oil and Liquid Dishwashing Soap

Prepare a mixture comprising 1 tsp. of baby oil and 2 tbsp. of liquid dishwashing soap and scrub it on the fittings with a sponge. Wash the taps with water to wash away the mixture, leaving your taps clean and shining.

4) Use Vinegar

Using a soft-bristled brush, apply undiluted vinegar over the stained faucets. Let this sit overnight. Rinse it off ith water the following day, and you’ll notice the original shine returning to your fixtures.

There you go! Try these tips to avoid stains and marks on your bathroom fittings.

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