What if the faucet is blocked?

If it is because of its own quality problems, then we need to close the main valve, and then replace a new faucet from scratch. If it’s blocked by fouling deposits in tap water, we can take the tap apart and then pour some hydrochloric acid into it to wash it out. If there is no hydrochloric acid, we can also use white vinegar to soak out the scales and continue to use. If we haven’t used the faucet for a long time, it may be that there is rust inside it.

Now we can use some rust-removing and rust-proof lubricants, which have good affinity and permeability with metals. Can separate rust layer from the metal layer. Make the rusty part contact with the metal and leave a protective film. Of course, taps are made of stainless steel. If the water flow is smooth, it may be that there is a blockage in the pipeline. At this moment, we can use the high-pressure water form of the shower nozzle on the bathroom roof to make a strong impact. If the foreign body is bigger and more stubborn, we can use hard steel wire to insert into the faucet for dredging and eradication.

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