How spray wd40 in faucet?


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    How to unblock a seized up and/or scaled-up tap?

    home maintenance

    Indoor faucet, outdoor faucet… is it stuck? Today we are giving you some tips for unblocking a seized up, scaled-up or rusty tap.

    Nothing could be simpler: only one product is needed, the WD-40 Multifunction Product! Thanks to it, you will get rid of seizing and tartar in a few pschiits and you will restore, at the same time, shine to your tap! Follow the guide, in 5 key steps, it’s this way…

    Unblock a stuck faucet
    For seized faucets, the unblocking action is simple and quick, which can be performed by anyone, even your children! First, take the Multifunction Product WD-40 and spray generously on the faucet mechanism. Let the product act for a few moments. Then operate the tap by opening and closing. You will find that the faucet is much easier to handle! Finally, wipe off excess product with a cloth.

    Unblock a rusted faucet
    If step 1 does not work, your faucet is too seized up. In this case and more generally in the case of the appearance of corrosion blocking the opening system, we advise you to use the Super Penetrating Oil WD-40 Specialist . Its action will be much more effective than the Multifunction Product because it was created specifically for cases of caking by rust. Simply spray the product, leave to act for a few moments and activate the tap opening/closing system.

    Disassemble the faucet to remove accumulated scale
    Water, even with very little limestone, tends to clog pipes and taps. The limestone is deposited on the walls up to the end of the tap, making the flow of water difficult. In these cases, the WD-40 Multifunction Product can be a very good ally against limescale, thus avoiding the need to buy specific products. To unblock the scaled tap, first remove the tap nozzle. To do this, you will generally just have to unscrew it.

    Remove tartar using Multifunction Product WD-40
    Spray the product in the faucet pipe, in the nozzle and on the faucets that regulate hot and cold water. You can use the extension tube of the Multifunction Product for the most precise application! Also take a cloth to wipe off excess product and avoid staining the surrounding area. Let the product act for a few moments in the faucet pipe and on the nozzle. Then turn on the water tap and clean the nozzle using a brush to remove excess limescale. Finally, reassemble the tap; And now, voila



    WD-40 is a multipurpose lubricant invented in 1953 that is now used in everything from automobiles to airplanes. It is also used in the manufacture of household items such as garbage disposals, locks, and hinges.

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