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Old 06-03-2005, 03:43 PM   #1
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For those of you with newer coaches (I think the switch to Hunington Brass was in 04 models) if you have Hunington Brass faucets a word of caution. I have just talked to Hunington Brass and they have told me the only thing you should clean your faucets with it soap and water!

I had noticed on my shower faucet that the laquer was peeling off the handle, when I told them I used the liquid spray Comet (which is what is recommended to clean the shower with) they informed me that is what was causing the peeling and not to use anything but soap and water.
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For those of you with newer coaches (I think the switch to Hunington Brass was in 04 models) if you have Hunington Brass faucets a word of caution. I have just talked to Hunington Brass and they have told me the only thing you should clean your faucets with it soap and water!

I had noticed on my shower faucet that the laquer was peeling off the handle, when I told them I used the liquid spray Comet (which is what is recommended to clean the shower with) they informed me that is what was causing the peeling and not to use anything but soap and water.
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Thanks for the heads up!

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