Powder coated taps

All surfaces of the taps are exposed to direct and frequent water contact. As a result, regular care will be required to counteract premature surface degradation: Regular cleaning can prevent scaling. However, no abrasive (scouring) cleaning agents should be used (such as scouring powder, microfibre cloths, sponge pads, etc.). Lukewarm water with a little neutral or weakly alkaline cleaning agent added is particularly suitable for cleaning taps. Make sure that the cleaning agent is not left to work for excessively long.

Essential instructions:

  • Never use aggressive cleaning agents containing ammonium or chlorine. Even the best surface will suffer degradation over time if aggressive cleaning agents are used.
  • Water stains and other impurities can be removed using a soft cleaning cloth.
  • Greasy, oily or sooty substances as well as residues of stickers, silicone rubber or adhesive tapes can easily be removed using white spirit or isopropyl alcohol.
  • After cleaning, polish with a dry, soft cloth.
  • Never use organic solvents containing esters, ketones, alcohols, aromatic compounds, glycol ether, halogenated hydrocarbons or the like.
  • Do not use any acidic or highly alkaline cleaning agents, and also do not use high-pressure or steam cleaners. Also take care to avoid allowing personal hygiene products such as liquid soaps, shampoos and shower gels to act on the surface for very long. Immediately rinse off all residues of such products after use with clear water. The diversity of impurities in water pipelines means that a regular cleaning of water filters, sparklers and shower heads is recommended.