Fixed basin tap wrenches are sturdy tools and will withstand a lot of bumps and bruises but it is always advisable to keep your tools clean and stored away from moisture to prevent corrosion and rust.If you are storing your tool for an extended period make sure you dry it thoroughly after use and wipe it with oil to prevent corrosion.
Adjustable basin tap wrenches
The adjustable basin tap wrench is also a pretty sturdy tool, but, because it has several small parts, it may be more susceptible to wear, tear and accidental damage. Keeping your tool lubricated with oil is highly advised. This will not only keeping it in good working order, it was also prevent corrosion from water.It is advisable to keep your tool clean and store it in a dry place away from moisture to prevent corrosion and rust.
The telescopic adjustable basin tap wrench is extremely useful for getting at those hard-to-reach fittings, but by extending the body it weakens its overall core-strength. Lubricate your tool (especially moving parts) with oil frequently to keep it in top condition and free from rust.Saying this, it is still a sturdy tool and well designed for its purpose. Store in a dry place to reduce the risk of rusting or corrosion.
Bearhug basin tap wrenches are solid steel tools and very durable. Keeping them clean is advisable, especially the ratchet mechanism, as this will keep them in good working order. Oil your tool regularly to keep it in good working order and free from rust. Store away from moisture to prevent rusting and corrosion.
Box spanner tap wrenches
The tap backnut box spanner is a solid steel tool and its tubular design makes it very strong. However, because the hexagonal socket ends are designed to fit closely to the backnut, any damage to the shape may render it unusable. Keep your tool clean and away from moisture to prevent corrosion and rust.
The Stiffnuts model of box spanner basin wrench is a sturdy piece of kit, though its castellated ends may become worn or damaged if not used with care.