Extend A Finish Chandelier Cleaner Gallon Refill

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Extend A Finish Chandelier Cleaner Gallon Refill

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  • The easiest way to clean chandeliers
  • Just spray on and let it drip dry for a spot free cleaning without wiping!
  • Non-abrasive and non-corrosive
  • 128 oz refill bottle 

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4+ Bottles  -  $24.97 Each

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Extend A Finish's Chandelier Cleaner makes cleaning your chandelier a breeze!  This non-abrasive, non-corrosive product is formulated with a special "sheeting action".  Just spray on and it will instantly remove dust, dirt and grime without the need to wipe clean.  Spray on and just let it drip dry!  This is more than just a chandelier cleaner - It can be used safely on crystal, brass, gold, plastic and metal surfaces.  Great for artificial plants, windows, and mirrors as well.  Fresh lemon scent.  Made in the USA.
This is a 128 oz (gallon) refill bottle.  Save money by using your own spray bottle or reusing one of the Extend-A-Finish's spray bottles.

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  • 4
    The customer service needs to be lauded. Derek is simply the Best in keeping one on track regarding placed orders.

    Posted by Jacoba Boshoff on Feb 26th 2014

  • 5
    Excellent product,just follow instructions.

    Posted by Robert Giuditta on Dec 11th 2013

  • 5
    Fantastic product!

    Posted by Jean on Dec 10th 2013

  • 5
    Great product if you have lighting that is difficult to clean. My order was a re-order!

    Posted by Linda Benware on May 8th 2013

  • 5
    works great save big time with 32oz bottle have used several years

    Posted by janet blurton on Mar 20th 2013

  • 5
    Really great crystal / glass cleaner, great for windows, spray on wipe off, no smears, no elbow grease needed.

    Posted by Diane Livingston on Mar 17th 2012