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Everything You Need to Know About Chandeliers and Maintenance

>> Apr 5, 2013

When you buy a new chandelier, there are many things you need to think about. Even though it will look beautiful, you still have to think about how you will hang it, how to keep it clean, and how to make sure that it is properly maintained. Many chandeliers are very heavy if you are holding them overhead trying to hang them in place, so it is probably a good idea to have someone help until you have it positioned properly. You may have to hire an electrician, because it will need to be wired correctly in order to work.  A quality chandelier is a significant investment so it is incredibly important to keep good care of it and avoid damaging the chandelier during installation or maintenance.

Care When Cleaning Your Chandelier

All lighting gets a bit dusty from time to time, so you will need to learn how to care for your chandelier. If your ceilings are high, then it might be best to pay a professional to clean it. If it is low enough that you can reach it with a small stepladder then you will need to do it with non-abrasive cleaners, so that it doesn’t rust or tarnish, depending on the type of metal that the design is made from. It will take quite a bit of time to clean the chandelier, because you will have to be very careful since the crystals will be fragile. If you break one off, then it could be very expensive to replace. Before you begin cleaning it, you should disconnect the power to it as well. Water and electricity just do not mix. Make sure that the bulbs are cool before you begin, so that you don’t burn yourself.  If you are unsure at any point of what you are doing, it is worth contacting a chandelier maker such as http://roccoborghese.com/ to make sure that the materials and substances that you are using are suitable for chandeliers.

Hiring a Professional Light Cleaning Service

Warm soapy water is the best thing that you can clean a chandelier with. After you have finished cleaning the lights, crystals, and base of the chandelier, you need to wipe everything dry, and let it set for a few hours. It needs to be completely dry before you connect it back to the power. Most manufacturers recommend doing an intensive cleaning about once every six months, with periodic quick cloth wipe down cleanings in between to rid the light of dust. If you decide that the project is a little more than you want to take on, then there are plenty of lighting companies that will offer affordable rates to clean all of your lighting devices on a routine schedule. It is probably better to leave it to the professionals, so that you don’t have to climb a ladder and become injured if you don’t know what you are doing.

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