- Fixtures should be turned off or disconnected from the power supply when being cleaned to prevent electrical shock. Use extreme care when cleaning near wire, sockets or other electrical components to insure that they remain dry and free of moisture.
- Painted finishes, plated finishes and metal finishes with a clear lacquer topcoat should be cleaned using a soft, non-scratching cloth. The cloth can be dampened in plain water or a mild, non-corrosive, non-abrasive soap and water solution. Do NOT clean fixtures with any cleansers containing bleaches, acids, or abrasives of any kind.
- Acrylic and/or resin lenses can be cleaned using a soft, non-scratching cloth which may be dampened in plain water or a mild, non-corrosive, non-abrasive soap and water solution. Do NOT clean lenses with any cleansers containing bleaches, acids or abrasives of any kind. Windex™ or other glass cleanser should not be used except on glass only. However, the lens must be removed from the fixture to prevent overspray onto the adjacent metal finishes or else the finish may be become damaged.
- Fabric shades should be gently dusted or cleaned with a clean cloth or upholstery brush or vacuum attachment on a regular basis. The shades are fragile and care needs to be taken not to indent or damage them.