Care and Maintenance Of Podiums, Pulpits, Lectern and Communion Tables
Have you ever thought about the care and maintenance of the podium, pulpit, lectern and communion table you purchase?
They require little care and maintenance, but should the need arise, we have provided you with valuable cleaning and maintenance instructions in this blog.
Every podium, pulpit, lectern and communion table are made of different materials and require separate care methods. Each routine is simple and easy to do.
Use a mix of mild soap and water, along with a clean cotton cloth. Wipe the surface of the podium, etc. with the solution and dry.
NEVER use a glass cleaning product or a product that contains ammonia on your item.
Also, there is a product called “Novus”, that you can purchase on the internet.
If your pulpit, etc. has an etched (white frosted look) logo, use a clean microfiber cloth with glass cleaner. First spray glass cleaner directly on the soft cloth and gently wipe the surface of the glass panels.
If your pulpit, etc. has a logo with paint fill (color fill), avoid spraying cleaner directly onto the painted surface. Clean by wiping with a dry microfiber cloth.
Glass pulpits with a photoplate, clean it by wiping with a dry microfiber cloth.
WOOD BASE OR TRIM ON GLASS PULPIT
With a dry soft flannel or microfiber cloth wipe the surface of the wood base or trim. This should be sufficient for normal dusting.
Occasionally, you may spray Pledge, onto a soft flannel cloth to clean wood base or trim.
DO NOT use a glass cleaner like, Windex, on the wood base or trim, as it will eventually strip the finish from your pulpit’s wood finish.
Dust them with a cloth that is damp with water only. Be sure the cloth has been wrung out very thoroughly.
WOOD and ACRYLIC
The acrylic panel(s) of the podium, pulpit, lectern or communion table, should be cleaned with a mix of mild soap and water with a clean cotton cloth. Wipe the surface of the acrylic with the solution and dry.
The wood part(s) of the podium, pulpit, lectern or communion table, dust with a cloth that is damp with water.
Following these instructions of proper care and maintenance will ensure that your podium, pulpit, lectern and communion table will maintain its beautiful appearance for years to come.
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