Bathroom Tips

  • 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.