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Monday, July 15, 2013

Spots on your brushed nickel faucets?

Do you get spots on your brushed nickel faucets? Well, I do. I love the finish of brushed nickel but it seemed like I could never get the spots off. It drove me crazy!

Eclectic Red Barn: How to clean brushed nickel faucets
I tried everything and nothing seemed to work. When I cleaned my bathroom, my faucets didn't look good.

Eclectic Red Barn: How to clean brushed nickel faucets

When I went to purchase my new kitchen faucet, I wanted brushed nickel but was reluctant because of the spots. The gentleman helping me told me to use this product. I was amazed, but decided to buy the brushed nickel.

Now my faucets look like this:
Eclectic Red Barn: Brushed nickel faucet after WD-40

 So what is this amazing product? WD-40
Yes, can you believe it? 
Eclectic Red Barn: WD-40
I just spray it on the faucets and wipe them. Sometimes I spray it on a rag and then clean them.
Eclectic Red Barn: Brushed nickel faucet after WD-40

Here is my before and after shots. It is a little difficult to see how well this works, but if you have brushed nickel, you know what I mean. Give it a try!
Eclectic Red Barn: Before and after Brushed Nickel faucets
Now I could stop there, but WD-40 is also great on stainless steel appliances. It makes them look like new. Once a week I get the WD-40 and clean all of my appliances and faucets.
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11 comments :

  1. I don't have brushed nickel faucets but I know WD-40 is good for a lot more than squeeky hinges :)

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  3. We always use vinegar. But the faucets look great with the WD40 trick. Hugs!

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  4. Thank you so much for sharing this; the spots drive me bananas!

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  5. Thank you SO much for sharing this tip. I think I have tried everything else, I cannot wait to try this on my faucets and stainless!

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  6. Very good to know since these are all through out my house and I can never get them clean. ty pinning and new follower!

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  7. The wonders of WD-40! Lol!
    Thank you for sharing at Give Me The Goods!

    Amber@ Dimples & Pig Tales

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  9. Wow, who knew? Great tip! I better tell hubby to buy him a new bottle because I am taking over the one we have. lol! thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  10. Thanks for sharing this information. I don’t have a brushed nickel faucet but I have stainless stuffs that need to be cleaned. So I really need this WD-40. But I wonder how much this said product cost?
    DuraFaucet.com

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