Faucets need to be cleaned with Normal water only on regular basis. No chemical or hard detergent compound to be used.
It is recommended to use light soapy water wherever the water quality is hard.
After wet cleaning (with water or light soapy water), the faucet needs to be wiped off with soft, dry cloth. Ensure that no water / water marks remain on the faucet.
If water droplets are left on the faucets for long, it will get oxidised & green / black spotting might happen in due course.
The aerator (water outlet) needs to be cleaned bi-monthly by removing it from the nozzle and washing under running water. This will help clean the aerator and maintaining the consistent water flow.
If possible, install exhaust fan in the bathroom to ensure moisture-free bathroom environment. This will help to maintain the life & shine of the faucets installed in the bathroom.
The hydraulic hinges of soft falling seat cover might get damaged if the soft falling seat is intentionally pushed for fast fall over time.
It is recommended to pre-flush before every use for better cleaning at later stage.
The care should be taken that the chemicals / cleaning compounds used for cleaning the sanitary / ceramic part are not coming in contact with the plastic parts / seat cover as it might result is spotting / yellow marking of the same over longer duration.
Ensure that the seat covers are not loosened over repeated long drawn usage as it might be detrimental to one’s safety.
The shower nozzles should not be cleaned with pins / nails / any pointed object as the silicon used for making shower nozzles gets ruptured / destroyed over longer usage of such cleaning mediums.
It is recommended to rub the silicon nozzles periodically / bi-monthly with bare hands / fingers to remove the dirt accumulation.