The cleaning of kitchen utensils is something that we all have to do every day, and of course, it is inevitable to clean both the sink and spray hose. Because during use, cooking oil and food particles can cling to the nozzle and nooks and then stay there, creating conditions for bacteria to develop plaque and rust.
However, among the thousands of jobs to be done every day, cleaning the kitchen sink and kitchen faucet spray head sometimes is done only carelessly, leading to long-term plaques that cause rust.
Don’t let that happen because when it comes to stains, our kitchen appliances will look very dirty and old. If you don’t have much time, you can apply the following simple but extremely effective methods of cleaning the pull-down kitchen faucet spray head and sink!
How to clean a pull-down kitchen faucet spray head
Today, most sink faucet products are made of stainless steel (or nickel and chromium), so cleaning is also very simple. However, it does not mean that we let the oil stains stick to the surface, right?
It can be said that when cooking oil adheres to the metal surface, it will be difficult to clean. However, we can use a little oil cleaning chemical to treat it. The oil cleaning chemical can be considered as an “enemy” of cooking oil because only a little liquid on the surface of the cloth can clean the stain very easily. After that, just rinse and use a clean rag to dry the faucet.
You can apply the above way to clean sinks, showers, shower tables and dining tables made of metal, which will help to beat cooking oil quickly and effectively.
Some other tips to help clean the pull-down kitchen faucet spray head
When it comes to specialized products, sometimes the tips will not bring the desired effects. However, that is okay. You can still try some of the following tips because we have selected the most effective ones.
Use a toothbrush
An old toothbrush sometimes becomes a useful “tool” for effective cleaning. Just put a little dish soap onto the tip of the brush and start rubbing gently on the faucet as well as in the nooks and crannies. Finally, flush the faucet with water to rinse the soap completely and use a rag to dry the faucet again.
Use orange and lemon zest
Lemon peels, after being squeezed, can still be used to clean faucets or other greasy items. Lemon juice has a high acid content, which helps to effectively remove the cooking oil plaque.
How to polish the faucet surface
Faucets in particular and stainless-steel objects in general usually experience scratches or loss of the original luster. In this situation, it is difficult to restore the brightness of the item. Therefore, to tackle the issue, we will need a specialized type of stainless-steel polishing chemicals. You can buy such chemicals online or in the sanitary equipment stores, and then, follow the instructions when using the chemicals.
Basic kitchen hygiene tips
Make sure that you wear protective gloves when cleaning the kitchen appliances, especially when you use cleaning chemicals.
Always read and follow the instructions on any cleaning products you have purchased.
Keep the space you are cleaning airy by turning on the exhaust fan or opening the window.
In case it is your first time to use a new cleaning product, you should first test it in a small enclosed area. That ensures that the cleaning product does not cause any damage.