How To Clean a Sink Aerator

Discover the ultimate guide to cleaning your faucet aerator to combat hard water deposits and improve water flow and hygiene. Our step-by-step instructions, along with an accompanying video tutorial, will help you effectively remove mineral buildup, hard water deposits, and grime.


  1. Mix Calcium, Lime & Rust Remover and Water in a Glass Bowl (50/50 solution)
  2. Submerge The Aerator
  3. Hold For 2 Minutes
  4. Run Faucet to Rinse  
Always read label instructions before use.

Benefits of Regular Faucet Aerator Cleaning

Regular faucet aerator cleaning goes beyond just hygiene—it brings a range of advantages that improve both your daily life and the environment:

  • Smooth Water Flow: Removing mineral deposits and debris ensures a steady water flow, making chores like dishwashing quicker and more efficient.
  • Consistent Water Pressure: Clean aerators maintain optimal water pressure by preventing blockages and maintaining the air-water mix.
  • Savings: Clear aerators use less water, reducing water bills, and conserve energy needed for water pumping.
  • No More Splashes: Prevents erratic water splashes, keeping your surroundings dry and tidy.
  • Longer Faucet Lifespan: Regular cleaning prevents corrosion and wear, extending the life of your faucet.
  • Better Water Quality: Cleaner aerators mean better-tasting and safer tap water.
  • Eco-Friendly: Less water usage and energy consumption contribute to a greener planet.
  • Effortless Maintenance: Quick and easy cleaning prevents bigger issues and complex repairs.