After going through the trouble of having a professional repair and/or restore your Venetian glass chandelier, you’ll want to keep in clean. After all, you want that glass or crystal chandelier to really sparkle after you just had a repair completed. Fortunately, there are plenty of homemade cleaner recipes you can make to keep that restoration looking good as new.
For this recipe, you need a cup of rubbing alcohol and three cups of warm water. Mix them into a bowl or bucket and use a soft cloth to gently wipe the chandelier clean. Please make sure that you have a good grip on each glass element as you methodically clean your Venetian Chandelier. Placing a oversized old piece of memory foam underneath your chandlier is also recommended for errant slips.
For this recipe, you will need two cups of warm water, a tablespoon of a dishwasher rinsing agent, and a quarter cup of rubbing alcohol. Gently wipe clean, ensuring you only use this solution to clean the glass chandelier, as it could damage the bulbs.
For this recipe, you will need a tablespoon of lemon juice, three cups of warm water, and one cup of vinegar. The acidic nature of the vinegar and lemon juice is such a powerful and natural cleaning agent, that it will surely cut through any grime that may be present on your Venetian chandelier.
As long as you are careful and gentle when using these recipes to clean your Venetian glass chandelier, you will not have to worry about causing any damage. After the broken Murano glass chandelier has been restored and/or repaired, you need a way to keep it looking its best for years to come... And now you have three!
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