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How To Clean A Wrought Iron Chandelier

By Edited Jun 29, 2015 0 0

Once you have decided to purchase a beautiful wrought iron chandelier to grace your hallway or even to add a light elegance to your dining room, you will find that it will look beautiful against almost any type of décor.


There are certain things to consider when buying a wrought iron chandelier and one of them will be when there comes a time when you will need to know how to clean a wrought iron chandelier so that you do not ruin the metal, but are left with a light fixture that is as stunning as the first day you had it installed.


It is very fortunate that wrought iron fixtures are very low maintenance. If you follow these simple pointers, you should have no problems at all and will be able to enjoy the beauty of the metal for years to come.


The amount of equipment that you will need to invest in when you want to clean your chandelier is very minimal and will not cost you much at all. You may already have these items in your cleaning cupboard anyway.


How often should you clean a wrought iron chandelier?

You will find that you will only need to do some light dusting every few days. You can give your chandelier a much more thorough clean roughly once every 3 - 4 months. It all depends on whether you like cleaning or not. Some people will happily get their dusters out on a much more frequent basis. It all comes down to personal preferences.


Things required to clean a wrought iron chandelier

  • Clean cloths
  • Baking soda or mild detergent
  • Liquid wax

To clean your wrought iron chandelier, take a clean cloth and lightly dust the light fitting. If you have a dusting attachment for your vacuum cleaner, you may find it easier to use this instead as the extension hose will be able to get to those hard to reach areas.


For a deep clean, soak a cloth in mild detergent or a solution of baking soda and water. Wipe over the wrought iron fixings. Rinse cloth and wipe again then get a clean dry cloth to remove any excess water. To ensure that the metal is protected, apply a thin layer of liquid wax all over the chandelier using a clean cloth.


If you follow these simple steps you should find that your wrought iron chandelier will look great for years to come.

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