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Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Kitchen Quick Tip - How to Make Your Faucet Sparkle

How to make your faucet sparkle and shine.
At the end of the day, or even after a meal and clean up in the kitchen, there is nothing like leaving your kitchen clean and your chrome faucet shiny and spot free. Here is how to clean your chrome faucet and remove water spots.

clean kitchen sink, remove hard water stains from chrome and glass

I learned from the neatest house keeper I know, my husband's aunt, to always clean your chrome faucet after each use. She always sprayed hers down after dinner dishes when we would visit with Windex. I asked her why she did this and she said because it keeps hard water spots from developing on the chrome on your faucet.

I started doing this, but am much more conscious of putting chemicals on the sink than I used to be when I was young. Now I use a mix of vinegar and water and often the Method cleaners from Target. I love with glass and surface one that smells like mint.

So whenever you do dishes, to prevent water stains on your faucet, spray, wipe and shine. It is so nice to walk into your kitchen with the faucet sparkling.

Now if you have hard water build up here is a post on how to remove hard water stains from chrome and glass. This and other tips in the quick tip series.

6 comments:

Patricia @ Corn in my Coffee-Pot said...

Windex!
Who knew?
Great tip... I guess this works on the el cheapo (chrome dipped) faucet, like I have?
I'm going to give it a go...
have a great week Elaine!

Kathleen Grace said...

I have hard water and yet I never think to do this! Such a simple fix, thanks for sharing this Elaine.

Michelle said...

Going to pin this so I don't lose it or forget it.

martinealison said...

Bonjour chère amie,

C'est une excellente idée... Je vais appliquer ceci dès aujourd'hui...
Gros bisous ❄︎ ♡ ❄︎

Art and Sand said...

Thanks for the tip. My husband does the dishes, but he never cleans the sink so it is the last thing I do before I go to bed.

Elizabeth said...

A very good tip !

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