Extend A Finish Crystal Chandelier Cleaner Spray Bottle, 32oz

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Extend A Finish Crystal Chandelier Cleaner Spray Bottle, 32oz
  • 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
  • 32 oz spray bottle
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.  32oz spray bottle.  Made in the USA.

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  • 5
    Excellent product! It truly does produce a clean sparkling chandelier without needing to dry or clean individual pieces. I don't even know how many years since my chandelier had been cleaned and it turned out perfect. A miracle product!

    Posted by Beth Taheri on Jul 30th 2016

  • 5
    very easy to find on your site!

    Posted by Gayle Vogel on Apr 27th 2016

  • 5
    Worked very well in a pinch.

    Posted by Donna on Feb 22nd 2016

  • 5
    Excellent product. Works as promised. Crystal comes out beautiful.

    Posted by Glenda Hill on Feb 14th 2015

  • 5
    Great product. Would not use anything else. They send it to you fast. Easy check out.

    Posted by Connie Dukin on Sep 28th 2014

  • 5
    Very good product,easy to use and gives very good result.

    Posted by Harry Matthews on Sep 11th 2014

  • 5
    greatest price i found for this product.

    Posted by ray sztabnik on Jul 5th 2014

  • 5
    Absolutley fantastic product! That is why I orderded more!

    Posted by raymond s detor jr on Apr 28th 2014

  • 5
    I was so glad to find this product on you web site. I have used it before and had difficult[y finding it.

    Posted by Deborah Altemeier on Feb 28th 2014