Is my faucet ruined, the finish is flaking off?
Yes, once the faucet’s finish flacks off, discolors,
bubbles or peels, it is ruined.
If you purchased your kitchen, bath, tub or shower
faucet within the last 10 years, and you are the original owner, there is a chance that your faucet came
with a limited lifetime warranty. You will simply need to call the warranty number that came with your
faucet to recive a new faucet or replacment faucet parts.
I cannot find the name of my faucet, how
can I get repair parts?
If you really, really want
keep the faucet, and there is no replacement parts available, you might be able find a metal plating company
to refinish it.