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23 Comments

  1. Marvin
    January 16, 2019 @ 11:06 am

    What a well-written article and you provide so many useful tips on how to clean bathroom faucet hands and faucets effectively. I think this is a problem that everybody has and you really do provide some solid solutions. I personally have used the baking soda method every time. Thanks Again

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  2. Dany
    January 16, 2019 @ 11:07 am

    The bathroom is like your CV, from my point of view. When you have guests, the bathroom is the most visited room of the house and of course, you want to keep it spotless. To clean the bathroom faucets I use vinegar, it’s the best solution. Not only that the bad odor is removed but they shine.

    For the plastic ones, indeed, I remove all the pieces, wash and fix them back. It’s an activity which requires time, but, it’s for a good cause.

    I have to admit that I haven’t used baking soda.

    Thank you for an informative article.

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    • Advance My House
      January 17, 2019 @ 11:01 am

      Awesome Dany. Glad that you found the article informative.

      Thanks for visiting.

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  3. victor lavaza
    January 16, 2019 @ 11:19 am

    Bathrooms are where we head to clean ourselves. So it’s only paramount that we keep our bathrooms clean and neat. I have enjoyed your article as you have kindly shared key information on how I can clean my bathroom faucet and sink. My faucet is of metal make and I must say your advice on how to get rid of grime with the use of white vinegar or baking soda + toothbrush will come in handy for me.Best regards

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    • Advance My House
      January 17, 2019 @ 11:04 am

      Glad that you found the article useful Victor.

      Thank you for stopping by to leave a comment.

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  4. Abagatan
    January 17, 2019 @ 1:10 am

    Faucets in a bathroom are inevitably necessary because it only means there is water available for necessity. It is nice to see shiny clean faucets for you are confident to hold it without being contaminated with germs and microbes.

    Cleaning faucets and tabs regularly ensure a healthy home.

    Thanks for the instructions and guide on how to clean the bathroom faucet.

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  5. Advance My House
    January 17, 2019 @ 11:05 am

    You’re welcome!

    Thanks for stopping by.

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  6. Kris M.
    January 18, 2019 @ 12:03 am

    Hello,

    Thanks for spreading the word about how to properly clean your bathroom faucet.  I am deathly allergic to mold and have had to move from house to house as a renter because of mold growing in bathrooms.  It is imperative for our health that we are thoroughly cleaning our bathrooms, guys.   Your tips are great and I would just add one more step and that’s to make sure the parts are 100% dry before putting them back together.  How often would you suggest this thorough of a cleaning?

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    • Advance My House
      January 23, 2019 @ 4:05 am

      Thanks for a very good suggestion Kris.

      Monthly would be ideal to give your bathroom faucet handles this thorough clean.

      Thanks for your comment.

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  7. Laura
    January 18, 2019 @ 10:24 pm

    Hi, thank you for the great advice of cleaning with Baking Soda and Toothbrush, as a housewife I love to see my bathrooms clean and shiny, and, of course, free of germs.  I use the formula to clean my bathroom and it works perfectly, it helps me a lot to make it brighter!!! I wonder if I could use the same formula for my pots and pans?

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    • Advance My House
      January 23, 2019 @ 4:14 am

      Hi Laura,

      The cleaning methods discussed here are specifically for a bathroom faucet and handles.

      Not sure if they will work for pots and pans, so we suggest you do some research on Google and see what you come up with.

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  8. Salim
    January 19, 2019 @ 10:29 pm

    Good day,

    thanks for sharing great tips for cleaning the bathroom faucet effectively with us, I must say that the bathroom is a place that must always be in an hygiene condition every time. I have always had problem with cleaning to a sparking and shining manner but I’ll try out your tips, especially the one on vinegar and warm water. Thanks for sharing this with us

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  9. Louis
    January 19, 2019 @ 10:32 pm

    This post is like an angel walking through my front door. My faucets are a mess. I’m literally disgusted by them due to poor handling by everyone in the house. So officially you’ve helped me declare tomorrow a cleaning day. Looking forward to trying the vinegar solution as age long as you say it is, a cave man like myself has not heard about it. Thanks a bunch

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  10. Babsie Wagner
    January 19, 2019 @ 10:32 pm

    Oooh, I love websites that show how to do chores easier and more efficiently.  Sometimes, simple things like using dish soap are things we never think about.  We think we have to use these high-powered cleaners that are just, honestly, horrible for our health.  My sink is so covered with grime, and it seems no matter what I do it just doesn’t look good.  I’m looking at the BWE Chrome Waterfall Bathroom Faucet on your site, and it’s so pretty and only like $35!  That’s such a good price, and it’s really cool looking.

    Thanks for all the good info!

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  11. Henry
    January 19, 2019 @ 10:39 pm

    Hi! I have moved into a different house recently and have had to do the cleaning. I like everything to be really clean but when it comes to bathrooms’ faucets, handles and faucets I seem to not be doing things right. But I’m glad I found your post. 

    I have metallic finishes and have taken note of your advice. I didn’t know White Vinegar, Baking Soda and Toothbrush could help me with this task. Thank you very much!

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    • Advance My House
      January 23, 2019 @ 1:11 pm

      You are welcome Henry.  We are delighted to know that you learned something new and helpful from this article.

      Thanks for stopping by.

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  12. John
    January 19, 2019 @ 10:39 pm

    I wish I had these tips when I was an apartment manager!

    This was a 40 year old apartment complex and when people would move out, there would be mold and soap scum inside their plastic bath and sink handles. I bought sever small brushes. Those and some bleachy water would clean some things, but most of the time, I would simply throw them out and buy new handles.

    Like you wrote, that’s not really feasible for a homeowner. Besides, if you have older fixtures, you are probably proud of what the original handles add to the look of your home. Replacement handles are not only of lower quality, they don’t look as nice. They are designed to look decent with many faucets and don’t do much to compliment an old faucet.

    Thank you for providing these tips! They are very helpful!

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    • Advance My House
      January 23, 2019 @ 1:05 pm

      Happy to know you found these tips useful John.

      Thank you for stopping by to leave a comment.

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  13. andy
    January 19, 2019 @ 10:46 pm

    These are all great tips, some of them I have used myself from time to time when cleaning my faucets. I do not want my guests going into a dirty bathroom. It is not a good idea to let the dirt and grime build up as that makes it much more difficult to clean and will need to be soaked or scrubbed before it will come off and get clean. The toothbrush and baking soda is a great way to deal with dirt and grime, just abrasive enough without scratching your faucet.

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    • Advance My House
      January 23, 2019 @ 1:04 pm

      Glad you found the tips helpful Andy.  And thanks for sharing your views.

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    June 14, 2019 @ 4:23 am

    This is exceptionally detailed, thanks so much, I had fun reading.

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