How To Care For Your Himalayan Salt Lamp

How to prevent "weeping" of your Salt Lamp

Due to the hygroscopic properties of salt (absorb moisture from the air), Himalayan salt lamps are best not used in damp rooms, outdoors, in humid conditions, near evaporative cooling, or be allowed to get wet.

If your lamp gets wet, switch off at the power source, remove the cord and lamp and then wipe the rock salt with a dry cloth. When dry, replace the lamp, cord and switch on the lamp to re-dry the rock salt.  

Should your Rock Salt Lamp get dusty or dirty, switch off at the power source, remove the cord and lamp, then moisten a cloth (wring out completely) and rub the dirt off the lamp.

 For heavy, ground in dirt, you can use a scourer (this won’t hurt the lamp); allow the lamp to dry either in sunlight (inside) or by replacing the lamp and cord, then switch on the lamp.

If you live in exceptionally humid or wet weather conditions, it’s strongly recommended you have your Salt Lamp on continuously, to keep it as dry as possible. 


Your Geological Treasure likes to stay WARM by keeping your lamp always warm this prevents it from "weeping" 

Stay SALTY my friends!❤

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