Imke Delara chandelier, 2017-11-08 05:18:33. Before you undertake this task, understand that you cannot do it alone. You need other people to help you with this. Also, make sure that you have enough time on your hands because you cannot dismantle, clean, and pack the chandelier in a jiffy. Plan out the process. Instruct each person about what they are expected to do. For instance, give one person the responsibility of ensuring that the power is off when you remove the chandelier from the ceiling. You would definitely need another person to help you with removing it. Assign this particular task of who holds which part of the chandelier, and how to step down the ladder while carrying it safely. Unplanned activities lead to chaos, resulting in damage. So clear your mind and then only will you be able to focus and eventually accomplish this task as planned.
Amor Pistis chandelier, 2017-11-08 18:29:35. If you're the no-frills type and don't want to go overboard with the island lighting, then you can opt for the simple ideas mentioned here. First measure the entire length of the island in your kitchen. Then, divide the length by the number of lights you want. Once the number is decided, go on to the market and pick up simple bright bulbs and wires. Now, get an electrician to just hang them in plain glass cases, at equal distances, right above the counter. Or, you can have a single huge dome light hanging right at the center of the island. You have a simple, cost-effective, and bright lighting idea for your island.
Whetu Haanraads chandelier, 2017-11-09 03:10:58. Removing the chandelier from the ceiling happens to be one of the riskiest steps in the process. Firstly, ensure you have people who have steady hands to help you. After the power source is turned off, untangle the wires first, unscrew the chandelier, carefully disconnect it from the ceiling, and then gently place it on the layer of blankets/towels slowly and steadily.
Lehua Kyllikki chandelier, 2017-11-08 23:32:26. III. Unscrew parts gently and then place them, trimmings and screws in a container. Bulbs or pendants in a plastic colander or on a soft towel. First each part needs to be dusted with a cloth. Use a lint-free, microfiber, flannel or cotton soft cloth and gently wipe away any dust or dirt on the part. Place each piece back into the plastic container or on a towel.
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