how to clean brass chandelier How to Clean a Tarnished Lacquered Brass Lamp

by:EME LIGHTING     2019-12-17
how to clean brass chandelier How to Clean a Tarnished Lacquered Brass Lamp
Brass products add warmth to your home in their rich copper tones.Alloy of copper and zinc-Sometimes there are other metals.-When exposed to the air, the brass will deteriorate quickly.In order to prevent oxidation from causing discoloration, manufacturers of brass lamps and other brass products often apply varnish on the lamp holder.But if the lamp has a history of more than 20 years, or is exposed to a humid environment, it loses its luster again.In order to restore the finish and remove the gloss, it is necessary to remove the paint surface.Remove the lampshade and bulb.Wear rubber gloves to protect your hands.Unplug the lights before work.Squeeze a few drops of food-Put the liquid into the bottom of a large plastic cup and fill the cup with hot water to make suds.Dip the ultra-slim cloth or other soft rag into the water and clean the light.For hard-to-reach areas, scrub with a soft toothbrush.Dry the light with a soft and clean rag.Saturated cotton balls with a northing or ammonia, wipe the light to remove the paint.Do this step outdoors or in the wellVentilation room.Wash the lamp again with soapy water and dry it.Apply a drop of brass cleaner to a clean cloth.Wipe the whole piece and work in the direction of the grain.Let the detergent dry into a white film.Wipe the film with a clean microfibre cloth.Place the light outdoors, spray it on the paint or polyurethane spray, and keep the jar 6 inch away from the light.Apply two or three light coats instead of a heavy one to avoid dripping.Let the light dry completely before replacing the bulb and shadow or re-inserting.
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