Care Instructions

When it comes to enhancing the beauty of your home, pay attention to your light fixtures. Regular cleaning is essential to maintain their pristine beauty. We have curated a comprehensive cleaning guide with tips organized by material, finish, and fixture type. By following these guidelines, you can safely clean your glass, metal, crystal, or wood fixtures. You can transform lackluster fixtures into radiant luminaires with some knowledge, homemade cleaning solutions, and effort. Remember to always turn off the light fixture and allow to cool down before starting.

Wood Revive the natural beauty of your wooden fixture with a soft, lint-free cloth to gently dust away any debris. For stubborn spots, use a soft, damp cloth to scrub them out. Remember to dry the fixture immediately.

Glass To clean the glass part of the shades, start by wiping them with a microfiber cloth dampened with water or vinegar. If there are persistent stains or dirt, use rubbing alcohol and Q-tips to reach into crevices. For greasy spots, apply a mixture of baking soda and dish soap. Lastly, use a microfiber cloth to wipe down the remaining parts of the fixture for a thorough cleaning. To stretch the time between cleanings, dust your chandelier lightly every two or three months with a feather duster or lamb’s wool duster.

Crystal Use a soft, lint-free cloth or a feather duster to remove any loose dust or debris gently. For more stubborn dirt or grime, mix a small amount of mild dish soap with warm water and dampen a soft cloth with the solution. With delicate strokes, wipe the crystal components, avoiding excessive pressure. Dry the crystals immediately to prevent water spots, and ensure the chandelier is completely dry before restoring power.

Fabric To clean fabric shades, gently dust them with a soft brush or vacuum on a low setting. Blot the area and let it air dry completely before reattaching. Regular, gentle maintenance preserves their elegant appearance.

Metal Restore brilliance to your metal chandeliers with caution and care. Consider the specific metal type and avoid using chemical cleaners or abrasive agents. Instead, use a cloth dampened with warm water and mild dish detergent. Ensure prompt drying.

Cleaners Specific to Finish:
Gold Silver Leaf
Clean with a soft dry cloth.

Wrought Iron
Clean with warm soapy water and dry immediately to avoid rust.

Clean with warm soapy water and microfiber cloth.  For stubborn spots use a mixture of distilled white vinegar and distilled water.

Clean with simple soap and water. Be gentle to avoid damage of delicate finish.  


Avoid using abrasive cleaners or rough materials that can cause scratches or surface damage. Use a soft, lint-free, or microfiber cloth to remove dust and debris gently. For more stubborn stains, use a solution of mild dish soap mixed with warm water and gently wipe the acrylic surface.

Porcelain and Ceramic

To clean porcelain and ceramic fixtures, wipe them down with a soft, damp cloth to remove dust or dirt. For tougher stains or grime, apply baking soda and water paste to the surface and gently scrub with a non-abrasive sponge or cloth.

Ceiling Fans

Use a ladder or step stool to reach the blades and gently wipe them down with a soft, damp cloth or a microfiber duster. For more thorough cleaning, mix a mild detergent with warm water and dampen the cloth before wiping the blades. Avoid excess moisture and ensure the blades are completely dry before turning the fan back on.

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