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Watch our appearances on St. Louis's KPLR to see how the professionals handle the hardest cleaning problems.

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Ceiling Fan Cleaning

Do you have ceiling fans?  If you are not careful your ceiling fan can get very dirty, especially if it’s located near an air conditioner ceiling vent. It’s easy to overlook a dirty ceiling fan since it’s above eye level, and it would be hard to find a person tall enough to see if the tops of the blades are grimy. If you notice dust or grime on the ceiling above your ceiling fan, the top sides of the fan blades probably have a thick coating of dust and need to be cleaned. We'll show you how to get the ceiling fans clean using a ceiling fan brush.

 

 

Ceiling Fan Cleaning Products

After watching our video you now have an outline of how the professionals clean ceiling fans.  If you still have questions please contact Aunt Patti on the left side of the page.  As you watched my video, you will have noticed that we used a variety of ceiling fan cleaning products.  All of these products are readily available and although you can usually find these products anywhere online; I generally get them at the Cleaning Solutions Superstore.  

 

All the products featured in the ceiling fan cleaning video are available together or individually:

 

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