- Jon Trevillyan
Chandeliers, High Fans and Other Bothersome Things to Clean
Posted on Feb 28, 2018
Devil’s in the Details
What do high ceiling fans, chandeliers and transoms all have in common? They are all difficult to clean. When is it convenient to pull out a ladder to reach high fixtures and glass? Certainly not at the end of the day when you’re putting up your feet for the first time in six hours.
Yet dirt is still collecting on these surfaces. Sure, this dust can remain undetected. But when stirred, it lands on clean ottomans and wingbacks below. Has it been a while since you pulled out the high duster? Think twice before before turning on those fans!
Keep it Simple
Yet staying on top of altitudinous cleaning can still be simple. Your transoms, chandeliers and fans only need a good cleaning once or twice a year. To clean your chandelier, make a 1 to 4 ratio of isopropyl alcohol and water. Use this in a spray bottle and wipe the crystals with a lint-free cloth. You can use a high duster on your fan and transoms. Quickly dusting your transoms is one easy way to keep the glass looking good between deep cleanings.
Sit Back and Enjoy
No doubt chasing dust around your ceiling is the last thing you want to do at the en of your day. If you dread deep-cleaning your transoms, fans and chandeliers, don’t put these tasks off. Instead, call Bethany Associates. We’ll take these cleaning worries off your to-do list and make your glass and crystal sparkle!
At the end of the day, sit back and relax. Don’t drag a ladder out or swing a high duster. Instead, experience the ease of getting those nooks and crannies deep-cleaned by professionals. Bethany Associates offers professional window cleaning, pressure washing, awning cleaning and more! Call us today for a free estimate at 888-601-4257 and we will be happy to serve you.