Published at Wednesday, February 21st, 2018 - 00:32:10 AM. lamps. By Victoria Carrell.
Estate sales often produce some of the most horrific lamps you can imagine, and also some of the most interesting. I'm a big antiquer myself and spend a lot of time looking over some of the strangest lighting options known to man. Like the "legs" lamp in A Christmas Story these lamps can get pretty off the way. However, every so often you run across that beauty that you can't pass up.
A quarterly or an annual cleaning session needs a little bit of time and effort. It is not complicated if you follow a systematic approach to clean your antique table lamp. First you need to dissemble the pieces of the lamp when it is not in use. Care should be taken that while dissembling the pieces you follow an order so that you can assemble the pieces back without having to spend much time. You can use a mild soap to clean the cloth part of the lamp and when you do that be double sure that the soap you use is washed out properly and then dried. Make use of your hands to gently wash the cloth, rinse it and then dry it. The base and the metallic part of the antique lamp can be cleaned using a cloth or a brush. Many companies that sell lamps also give you list of methods you can use to clean your antique table lamp and even sell cleaning kits with polish and high quality cloths.
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