Rajya Maureen. chandelier. December 09th , 2017.
Okay, so the tricky part is over, but there is still a lot to be done. The next step would be to dismantle the different constituents (if possible) so that a thorough cleaning may be done, proceeded by a systematic packing. Remove parts such as the bulbs, shades, crystals, and other removable components. Carefully detach them from the main body and clean them gently before you finally pack them.
It is important to store each and every part of the chandelier in a systematic manner so that nothing is misplaced; usually the parts of an elegant dcor item such as this, are irreplaceable. Because we're dealing with a fragile element such as crystal, it is imperative to pack all the pieces separately to prevent them from rubbing against each other while shipping. Here is how you should go about it.
Moose antlers are naturally large, dark brown antlers, and they are very dense. While most people choose to keep the antler in its natural state for their antler chandeliers, moose antlers can be polished to a gleam that almost look like ivory. Although most antler chandeliers are a bit more expensive than the elk chandelier, you are getting definite bang for your buck in particularly large spaces and pinnacle ceilings.
Spray down the entire chandelier with the cleaner and either let it drip dry if it's not too dirty, or wipe the entire thing down with a clean cloth. Micro fiber towels work very well for this. Once the light fixture is dry, remove the baggies, spray some cleaner on a clean cloth, and wipe down each bulb. Be certain that the entire wrought iron chandelier is completely dry before turning it back on.
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