Taps in the bathroom and the kitchen sink stain frequently because of water that contains lime and other elements that leave traces. Usually, you clean them using chemicals in commerce, but you should know that natural works just as well. Look what you did!
Baking soda will be very helpful, will keep for long the brilliance and it will look like a new one. Simply mix a little baking soda with water until you reach the consistency of a fine paste. Then, apply the product on the tapes, wait for 10 minutes to take effect and remove it with a damp cloth, rubbing lightly. Finally, remove any excess water or moisture using a clean, dry cloth.
White vinegar removes successfully limestone, lime scale and rust stains. Pour vinegar into a spray bottle and spray the tapes. Wait 5 minutes, then rub the affected areas with an old toothbrush, you no longer use. Finally, wipe thoroughly with a clean, dry cloth. Like I said it is perhaps the most powerful enemy of limestone. Be it about ceramic tiles and sanitary ware, vinegar removes any incrustation. Soak a cloth in vinegar and cover limescale with it. Leave on a few hours or even a day or all night and then rinse thoroughly with warm water.
Lemon juice is another effective solution. Cut the lemon in half and clean taps, shower or sink drain with it. Never let the juice half an hour before cleaning the surface with a sponge. Then rinse thoroughly. To clean the sink, do not use acid solutions very often. Over time, they can destroy the enamel layer on the surface. Even if they act within minutes without the need for extra work, do not count on this variant because it is possible to significantly shorten the lifetime of the sink. Enamel will mat and become porous.