Model # 91320

Internet #202809039

Hagerty 32 fl. oz. Chandelier Cleaner


32 fl. oz. Chandelier Cleaner

$1193 /each

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Product Overview

Clean your chandelier with ease, leaving it sparkling and radiant with the Hagerty Chandelier Cleaner. To use, just spray it on and allow it to dry, while the special formulation dissolves all unwanted residue. With an adjustable spray nozzle, you can get to hard-to-reach crystal and fixture crevices.

  • Liquid formula that helps make crystal fixtures and prisms sparkle
  • Dissolve and drip-off cleaning
  • Adjustable nozzle for spray control
  • Cleans with minimal wiping and rubbing
  • Endorsed and certified Kosher by the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America

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Customer Questions & Answers

Do you just spray this on without taking chandelier down - mine is full of fly specks

Asked by: Paula
I did just spray it on after dusting. Came out good.
Answered by: JohnBronx
Date published: 2017-01-31

Where can i buy this product near me

Asked by: Fuzzy
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Answered by: none
Date published: 2017-05-11

Do you ship the Crystal Spray Cleaner to my address in Toronto ON Canada

I was not able to input my Canadian Postal Code No. I not where can I obtain this in my home town (Toronto Canada). Thanks
Asked by: spraycleaner
Hi Spraycleaner, and thank you for your recent inquiry with the Unfortunately, we do not stock the specific item requested on the However, there are alternate items that may suit your needs on the Canadian site. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
Answered by: HomeDepot
Date published: 2016-10-08

Do you need to remove the clear candelabra base bulbs prior to spraying the chandelier or leave them in?

The bulbs get a film on them the same as the chandelier crystals. However I am concerned about spraying the bulbs with a liquid and risking a possible short circuit. Perhaps the manufacturer recommends a certain amount of "drying time" prior to relighting the fixture. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
Asked by: Martin
I covered the bulbs and light sockets with plastic bag before spraying and removed them fully while allowing lang dry time (2 hours). Came out fine.
Answered by: JohnBronx
Date published: 2017-01-31
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