The Difference Between Stainless Steel And Yellow Head Of Bathroom Shower Faucet

Choosing a bathroom shower faucet finish can often be a stumbling block for many people, and that's normal


    Choosing a bathroom shower faucet finish can often be a stumbling block for many people, and that's normal. What is the difference between a brass faucet stainless steel or chrome? What are the benefits of brass shower faucets over stainless steel?

    Brass is a type of chrome and stainless steel that corrodes and loses its beauty when exposed to moisture. Most bathroom faucets are made of brass, copper, zinc, and a small amount of lead.

    Humidity triggers the onset of the corrosion and aging process; most sealants also fail over time. This results in the brass becoming a sticky shade of green. Brass companies claim that polishing helps, but this is only a temporary fix as it returns to its damaged state.

    On the other hand, stainless steel will not falter, corrode or rust in wet and other extreme weather conditions, reducing maintenance, replacement, and other maintenance costs.

    Stainless steel does not fade. Its visual appearance remains fresh, and its physical durability exhibits longevity unmatched by other materials. It is easy to clean and has proven to be very hygienic.

    Due to its corrosion and rust-resistant properties, it is a common material in the food processing, hospital, and pharmaceutical industries. It's also a versatile metal that works with a variety of design preferences to perfectly complete the look of your bathroom.

    Yuhuan Difeng Brass-Plastics Industry Co., Ltd is Brass Basin Faucets Factory, the company mainly produces Brass Shower Faucets, Thermostatic Faucets, and other products.