Moen brushed nickel kitchen faucet are metal with nickel finish that has the appearance of “brushing”. As with any faucet, brushed nickel faucets Moen accumulate dust, dirt, water stains, spots, stains, scale and rust over time. Methods for cleaning Moen brushed nickel kitchen faucet vary little from those used to clean other brands of similar taps. A mild household cleaner, light wash and a solution of removing stains and diluted scale can usually do the trick.
Spray cleaner smoother Moen brushed nickel kitchen faucet, then rub with a soft microfiber cloth to remove dirt and debris. Clean the faucet with a cool damp cloth and check for stains or oxidation. If your vacuum cleaner or clean toothbrush no stains or mold completely, mix equal parts white vinegar and warm water in a spray bottle and then sprayed the areas and wait an hour. Rinse the vinegar, then wipe the faucet again with a fresh damp cloth. Dry the faucet completely with a soft, absorbent cloth. Apply a non-abrasive polish or wax the car to the tap and buff with a cloth furniture when it loses its shine, or at least once a month to maintain the appearance of nickel.