Cleaning vintage candle sticks

Whether running down the middle of the dining table for a sophisticated dinner party, perfectly placed on the mantle to complement the fireplace or adding some ambiance to a relaxing bath, candlelight injects calm delight. But all of this can be diminished if your candlesticks are dull and dingy. Brass, in particular, can become stained and discoloured if not cared for regularly. Used before the invention of electricity, brass candleholders were a much needed utilitarian decor piece, made for both function and beauty by master craftsmen. Parts of an antique brass candlestick include the wax pan, nozzle, sconce, capital, shoulder, stem, column, knop, well and base. All of which can become tarnished and dull.
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How to Clean a Candelabra

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How to Clean Brass Candlesticks | How to clean brass, Candlesticks, Cleaning

Wax will likely have dripped, soot may have collected on the base and other stains could be marring the shiny surface of your candelabra. But with a few tips from us, and a little bit of polishing, your candelabra will be back in shape and ready to go for your next party! How to Prevent Damage to a Candelabra Buy quality candles not petroleum-based! The cheap dye in some candles can actually stain your candelabra. Deal with wax drips as soon as they harden. Fresh wax is soft and much easier to remove. Oil from bare hands can damage the lacquer finish of your candelabra.
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How to Remove Wax from Candlesticks

One of the things we get asked a lot is how we clean things. We rent out tabletop, couches, rugs… all sort of things that require upkeep and cleaning. Today, we wanted to share a little bit more on how we clean wax off our vintage candlesticks. You need to ensure that things are in tip top shape for their next event.
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In general, patina is highly sought after, removing patina from vintage and antiques devalues the item. Given the choice, I always opt for patina or a jeweler's cloth to clean and lightly polish most vintage jewelry. However, with metal home decor and kitchenware the line is blurred. Patina is one thing, stains are another. I was faced with this exact situation recently with these three extra large floor standing brass candle holders.
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