Door Handles. Monday , September 17th , 2018 - 08:04:49 AM
The handle, as it exists today, is a relatively new invention dating to the mid-19th century, with the first American patent dated in the 1850s. Handles and knobs experienced a massive period of growth and development throughout the Victorian Era (1830-1900). Thousands of variations on the theme of the door handle, in combination with modern production methods, made door handles accessible to virtually everyone. Latches faded in popularity and use, relegated to service in barns and similar outbuildings where their simplicity and design function trumps external appearance. These handles today serve multiple functions. Among these functions, may include lock and key mechanisms, electronic locks, push button access that is either mechanical or electronic, high-security features and many other applications other than a simple push-pull device to open or close a door.
You've taken the time to decide on the style, design and finish for your new door handles, you've fitted them and they look great. Now you want to keep them looking like new, but what's the best way to care for and clean them? External door handles may need a different type of care and maintenance to those used indoors, however it doesn't need to be time consuming or expensive to keep on top of it. The finish on your door handle or door pull will determine the type of product best suited to keeping it clean and functional.
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