1. Look at the surface
Distinguishing the quality of a faucet depends on its brightness. The smoother and brighter its surface, the better its effect will be.
2. Turn the handle
When turning the handle of a good faucet, there is no excessive gap between the faucet and the switch, and it is easy to close without obstruction and does not slip; Poor quality faucets not only have large gaps, but also have a greater sense of obstruction.
3. Listening to sound
A good faucet is made of integrally cast copper, with a dull knocking sound; If the sound is very crisp, it may be stainless steel, and the quality is also one level inferior.
You cannot buy a faucet that is too light. It is mainly because the manufacturer hollows out the copper inside to reduce costs. The faucet looks large and if it is not heavy, it cannot withstand the possibility of bursting.
5. Identification mark
Generally, legitimate products have the brand logo of the manufacturer, while some non-standard or low-quality products often only have some paper labels attached, or even no markings. It is important to pay attention when buying.