|Fig.1 Carport lights|
Supplies and Tools:
60 watt chandelier bulb
Towel clean and dry
Mrs. H. lives in Hollywood, California. Today, she called about cleaning her carport chandelier.
This post shows the eight steps on cleaning a carport chandelier.
Step 1: Fig.1 shows the carport chandelier that needs to be cleaned.
Step 2: Fig.2 shows a lamp has burned out and has been replaced with a new bulb.
|Fig.2 Taking bulb out to clean|
|Fig.3 Windex® Multi-Surface|
|Fig.4 Clean towel|
|Fig.5 Clean metal|
|Fig.6 Clean top|
|Fig.7 Clean bulbs|
|Fig.8 No hats|
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