Care and Cleaning
Keep your faucet looking like new by cleaning it periodically with soap and water applied with a soft cloth or sponge. Avoid abrasive cleaners, steel wool and harsh chemicals as these will dull the finish. Use glass cleaner occasionally to help maintain the faucet''s shine. To prevent water spots, wipe the faucet dry after use. Some faucets have a "living" finish of unprotected metal, usually a natural-looking copper or bronze. A living finish will change over time, acquiring a patina as it is exposed to air and water. Scrubbing a faucet with a living finish accelerates this process and may damage the base metal.