Sanitary ware purchase knowledge tips
The second bathtub category. Bathtubs are classified into ordinary steel bathtubs, acrylic bathtubs, cast iron bathtubs, and 3.5mm thick steel bathtubs according to their materials. Ordinary steel bathtubs are easy to clean and have a single shape; acrylic bathtubs have a richer shape, but have a shorter lifespan; cast iron bathtubs have long service life, high grades, higher prices, and more troublesome handling and installation. The 3.5mm thick steel bathtub made in Germany is popular now, because this kind of bathtub has a good glaze surface treatment and does not get dirty, the steel plate has a long life and is easier to install. It combines the advantages of a steel bathtub and a cast iron bathtub.
The third basin category. In addition to the shape of the basin, consumers should pay the most attention to the quality of the glaze, because a good glaze is not dirty, the surface is easy to clean, and it is still bright as new after long-term use. When choosing, you can look at the light and observe from the side of the ceramic from multiple angles. A good glaze should be free of stains, pinholes, blisters and bubbles, and the surface should be very smooth.
1: When judging products with high smoothness, you can choose to carefully observe the reflection on the surface of the product under strong light from the side, and it is better to have no small blisters and pits on the surface, or few blisters and pits. Products with high brightness index use high-quality glaze materials and very good glazing technology, which reflect light and uniformly, so that the visual effect is good and the product appears to be of high quality.
2: When choosing, you can gently touch the surface with your hands, and it feels very smooth and delicate. You can also touch the back, and feel the slight friction of "sand" as well.
3: You can also tap the ceramic surface with your hands. Generally, the sound of a good ceramic material is more crisp when tapped.
The fourth leading category. When choosing a faucet, pay attention to the quality of the valve core of the faucet, the quality of the faucet's manufacturing material and surface treatment, as well as its adaptability to water quality and whether it saves water. Generally, high-quality faucets use imported ceramic valve cores, preferably from Italy and Germany. In terms of manufacturing materials, most high-end faucets are made of brass. In addition, when purchasing a faucet, the manufacturer must be required to provide quality assurance for the surface coating, and the warranty period should be no less than three years.