Safely Remove The Dust On The Chandelier
If your chandelier is soaked with dust and cobwebs, you need to clean it up before special occasions, because when you are in a hurry, it may cause you to drop some crystals or completely damage the lamp. Clean your chandelier before a big event and it will be ready when you are ready.
There are two ways to do this. The choice is related to the way you clean the fixture, you can decide whether it is wet cleaning or dry cleaning. If you have a gorgeous chandelier, or the chandelier is too tall and clean, you may end up having to wet the light fixture.
Steps to take before cleaning the chandelier
Before you start cleaning your gorgeous lighting fixtures, follow standard safety measures.
First, cut off the power at the circuit breaker box to prevent electric shock.
Second, plug a light into another socket on another circuit breaker switch, and then move the table away.
Third, bring a ladder high enough so that you don’t stand on the last two steps.
Fourth, put a piece of plastic on the floor to prevent water droplets.
Finally, put a washable soft double blanket on the floor to prevent the crystals from falling off.
How to wet clean the chandelier
In order to wet clean your lights effectively, preparation is the key. Take time to complete all steps correctly:
-Wrap all bulbs in a small plastic sandwich bag and fix them with rubber bands.
-Follow the instructions on the ammonia bottle to prepare the ammonia and distilled water cleaning spray; it is recommended to use distilled water on the faucet because it will not leave residues on the crystals. Then spray the chandelier with ordinary distilled water to rinse. Or, you can purchase a special chandelier cleaner.
-Spray the chandelier thoroughly to remove dust and dirt, let the detergent drip down, or follow the product instructions.
-Some crystals must be wiped by hand.
-Dry for 1-2 days before turning on the light.
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