Basically, you will want to clean all crystal chandeliers the same way as you clean Schonbek crystal chandeliers. You may also want to use a feather duster between cleanings or any kind of duster with an extension handle, if needed, that repels dust. When it is time to clean the chandelier, you will want to wear white cotton gloves as the crystals will show fingerprints.
Evenly apply the glue according to package instructions, onto the lighting fixture's broken edges. Slide the foam block back to mate edges, and twist the wire with needle nose pliers to secure the arm while drying.
There has long been a belief that chandeliers add a sense of class and sophistication to a home that cannot be achieved with any other sort of lighting fixture. And it is true that they are very aesthetically pleasing in a classical sense and form a feature of the space rather than just providing illumination. This has led, however, to a stereotype that only wealthy people can have chandeliers in their homes. And this may be true, simply for the fact that these fixtures can prove to be a highly expensive investment. But why is this, and what can't there be cheaper chandeliers available too?
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