Mineral deposits in a faucet can cause the water flow to be altered or reduced. Fortunately, it is easy to remove these deposits. Fill a plastic zip-top bag with some warm vinegar. Place the bag around the faucet so that the area affected by the mineral deposits is submerged in the vinegar. Secure with a rubber band and let sit for an hour or so. This also works well for your showerhead. If there are remaining deposits after a good soak, use a toothbrush or a toothpick to remove them.
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