The Lucid Lamp is perfect product for architects to light up their drawing tables. The Lamp has a long arm hinged to the vertical arm. One end of this arm can be used to adjust the angle of the lamp.
Why you should consider investing in a Lucid Lamp
Brass pops up on everything from lamps and vases to coffee tables and flatware—and while brass is in style, tarnish isn’t. We turned to the experts to get their best tips on caring for brass: Teri Hartman, manager of Liz’s Antique Hardware in Los Angeles, and Carl Sorenson, founder of Nanz, a New York company that produces custom-made solid-brass hardware. Here, they reveal their favorite brass cleaners, how to make a DIY brass polish, and other key insights on cleaning brass. Whether you’ve picked up a vintage lamp or just replaced your cabinet pulls, here’s how to make your brass items look their best.
The way to know whether or not something is fully brass is simple: Place a magnet on it. If it doesn’t stick, it’s brass.
Of course, you don’t have to buy your brass polish. You probably have everything you need to make your own brass polish in your kitchen.
Care & Maintenance
This brass lamp is coated with a lacquer that maintains the finish and means that the bath only needs to be cleaned by nonabrasive, everyday bedroom cleaner and wiped with a soft cloth. The coating is durable and flexible, allowing it to stand up to the rigors of regular use.
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