Door Handles. Monday , September 10th , 2018 - 15:59:16 PM
When you are looking at door handles, it is also a good idea to consider the types of handle accessories that you might need, including locks, latches, and hinges for the other side of the door. All of these can affect how the door is opened and closed, and can also add to the atmosphere and appearance of a room. When you are making these purchases, it makes sense to buy a set together, rather than buying individual pieces and then using them together.
Whilst you may have spent hours helping your grandparents polish the fireside companion set, when it comes to your door handles, the best way to keep your polished brass door furniture looking shiny is with plain and simple warm soapy water and a soft cloth. The polished brass ranges we supply have all been treated with a special lacquer, and the use of metal polishes or other abrasive cleaners will damage this and cause it to wear away far quicker than it would under normal use. Eventually after a good few years of use, this lacquer may well breakdown, at which point, you should remove the door handle or pull, and treat it with an acetone thinner applied with a soft brush. Dry well with a soft cloth and then polish up with a metal polish. Regular polishing thereafter will keep them looking great.
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