Corina Marisol. chandelier. October 27th , 2017.
One thing that you need to look at when inspecting the quality of your chandelier is the chandeliers finish. Check if your chandeliers finish is durable and smooth. Lesser quality chandeliers will have cracks, bubbles or scratches on the surface of its finish. Your chandelier should not have any of those in the surface of its finish, so make sure that you check for those before you decide to purchase a chandelier to ensure of its good quality. It is important to know that chandelier finishes are also designed to resist tarnishing, corrosion and flaking, increasing the chandeliers durability. So if your chandelier is easily corroded, flaked or tarnished, then it needs to be checked again for its quality.
V. Spray a cloth with cleaner till it is quite moist, then wipe a crystal clean and buff with dry cloth. Be careful to wipe away spots and polish dry each crystal such that it shines. Use gloves or a cloth to hold them while drying.
Find out what types of light the fixture will support (e.g. LED, incandescent bulbs, CFLs), and ensure that it is easily available. Also, check what wattage of light is best suited to the fixture. It should not be too dull, but it should not burn through the fixture and become too harsh or even affect the fixture itself. For light fixtures that can serve more than one purpose, choose those that have a dimming feature so that you can adjust the light according to your needs when necessary. This can apply to chandeliers, pendant lamps, and floor and table lamps.
Has the ability to create a dynamic environment with diffusion, reflection, shadows, and light. This depends on the material used―metal and glass for reflection and sparkle, opaque or translucent shades/holders for glow.
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