How to Clean a Kichler Ceiling Fan?

We understand that cleaning a Kichler ceiling fan will be frustrating for you. But you need to do it to keep your ceiling fans in good condition, the best course of action is to avoid any dust on them. The motor and blades work better if you perform cleaning regularly.

Cleaning the Glass

If your ceiling fan has a lighting fixture, switch off the power of your fan and change the burn-out bulb on your Kichler fan. Glass bowls and shades can be cleaned in a sink, you need to remove them and use dish soap and water to wash them. In order to protect the glass, our suggestion is to line the sink with a soft cloth. Before you install it again, dry it completely first.

Cleaning the Blades

Turn off the fan from the switch. Let the blades stop, after that, lightly wipe each side of the blade with a dry, clean, lint-free cloth. Pay some attention to all the metal parts including downrod, canopy, blade arms and housing.

Want to make it deep clean?

You need to remove the blade from the fan and clean it using a damp cloth and mild dish soap. Switch off the electricity first from the electrical box.

Refrain From doing this:

When it comes to cleaning a Kichler fan, avoid these steps:

  • Don’t put too much pressure on the blades.
  • Avoid using abrasive or toxic cleaners, alcohol or baby wipes. They can damage the finish of the blades.
  • Avoid cleaning your ceiling fan if it is moving/running

Tip: if you are changing the direction of your Kichler fan blades for the sake of season (clockwise for summers and counterclockwise for winter), you can make the operation efficient by cleaning it.

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