The rust of the basin faucet is caused by dirt
The bathroom has been in a humid environment for a long time, and the basin faucet, fluffy head, etc. are prone to scale, and it is easy to rust over time.
Basin faucet rusted and dirty cleaning method
Wet the rusted areas with water first, then squeeze out the toothpaste and gently scrub with a soft cloth, then rinse with water, repeat several times until the rust is removed, try Bailing!
Use the peeled potato skin (the meat side) to wipe the surface of the stainless steel basin faucet repeatedly, and you will find that the dirt and scale will be slowly washed away.
Don't throw away the leftover ketchup. Dip an appropriate amount of ketchup on the rusted part of the basin faucet, leave it for about 5 minutes, then wipe it with a damp cloth, and the rust will disappear immediately.
Wrap a towel around the basin faucet and pour over the white vinegar. Because white vinegar is corrosive, pouring it directly on it may damage the basin faucet. After five minutes, remove the rag and wipe the stain from the crevice with a toothbrush. The sink will be clean.
You can also use toilet paper directly, soak it in white vinegar water, apply it on the basin faucet for five minutes, and the stains on the basin faucet will be automatically cleaned.
Wiping the basin faucet directly with lemon can also effectively remove scale and stains on the basin faucet.