Thank you for your follow-up question. The face of the 75712 Shower model is not removable. The best way to clean the shower head is to remove it from the end of the shower arm, and then soak the entire head/face in a 50/50 mixture of white vinegar and tap water for up to 2 hours at a time.
Here are the "Cleaning and Care" instructions from the maintenance and installation guide:
"Care should be given to the cleaning of this product. Although the finish is extremely durable, it can be damaged by harsh abrasives or polish. To clean, simply wipe gently with a damp cloth and blot dry with a soft towel. Warning: Dow Bathroom Cleaner with Scrubbing Bubbles and Lysol Foaming Basin Tub and Tile Cleaner must not be used on the clear knob handles and levers. Use of these cleaners can result in cracked or severely damaged handles. If over-spray gets onto the handles, immediately wipe them dry with a soft cotton cloth."
To elaborate on these instructions, we do not recommend using any commercially available cleaning products or cleansers on our faucets. Many of these products contain bleach, ammonia, or acids that could harm the finish. If necessary, a small amount of mild dish detergent may be used to remove stubborn stains or hard water deposits.
If water spots are a problem, you can use a 50/50 mixture of tap water and white vinegar to remove them. Vinegar is strong enough to dissolve mineral deposits, but not harsh enough to damage any of our finishes.
Be aware that vinegar can stain porous material like marble and granite, which are now being used as shower walls and countertops.
Date published: 2018-11-03