1. Iron faucet. Iron faucets are prone to rust and difficult to replace and disassemble, just like magnets. Generally, they are some small faucets, the surface is difficult to handle, and the appearance is relatively rough; the large hot and cold faucets use less iron, and the processing is more difficult.
2. Zinc alloy faucet. Zinc alloy faucets are harmful to the human body. The shell is easily corroded and broken after being impacted by water, and the surface is white after grinding. At present, it is generally made of sand casting and machine die-casting, and the interior is smooth and flat.
3. Copper faucet. The inside of the copper is relatively rough. You can observe the inside of the faucet. If you can grind it deep in an inconspicuous place and see the brass color, there is no problem. At present, copper is the most suitable material for faucets.
4. Ceramic faucet. Compared with other materials, faucets made of ceramics have the advantages of no rust, no oxidation, and no wear and tear. The appearance is generous, which sets off the high-end atmosphere of the entire space.
5. Stainless steel faucet. Stainless steel faucets do not contain lead, are resistant to acid and alkali, and are not easy to corrode. The hardness and toughness are more than twice that of copper faucets, but the hardness, toughness and cutting process are more difficult than copper faucets, and the cost is high.