- Start by wiping your faucet with a damp, microfibre cloth. Wipe away any stains or splatters from the surface.
- Next, dip an old toothbrush or denture brush into a bowl of baking soda. Scrub around the base of the facet, handles, drain, and any other hard-to-reach areas. The texture of the baking soda will help loosen any residue. Remove the baking soda with a damp microfibre cloth and buff dry.
- If you have hard water stains on your faucet, soak a microfibre cloth in a bucket of white vinegar. Next, wrap the soaked microfibre cloth around the faucet and handles, leaving it to sit for an hour. Remove the vinegar soaked microfibre cloth and use a clean damp microfibre cloth to remove the hard water stains. Repeat step two thereafter, to complete the cleaning process.
- Ready to make your faucets sparkle? Apply a small drop of baby oil to a clean dry, microfibre cloth. Rub the faucet until it shines. Use a second microfibre cloth to remove any access oil.