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CHROME TOWEL RAILS FAQs
Are There Electric Chrome Towel Rails?
How Do You Clean a Chrome Heated Towel Rail or Towel Radiator?
To clean your chrome towel radiator or rail, first make sure it is free of dust. You can then use either mild soapy water, a home-made solution of vinegar water, or a store-bought chrome cleaner. Do not use an abrasive cleaner.
Use a microfibre cloth to wipe the chrome towel rail radiator over with your chosen cleaning solution. You can use a toothbrush for tricky areas.
Use a clean, dry microfibre cloth to now buff the surface and return you chrome radiator to its beautiful shine.
Do Chrome Towel Radiators Rust?
If chrome towel radiators are not maintained, have leaks, or condensation is allowed to sit for prolonged periods of time, rust can develop. Remove rust from a chrome bathroom radiator immediately.
White vinegar is an effective solution for removing surface rust as its acidic nature will break down the rust. Another tip is to dip a strip of aluminium foil in a small amount of water and gently rub the rusty area. The chemical reaction will remove the rust.
Do I Have to Bleed My Chrome Heated Towel Rail?
A heated towel rail is a radiator and, just like your other household radiators, does require bleeding.
You should bleed your towel rails at least once a year and at any time when it is cooler at the top than at the bottom, as this is a sign of trapped air.