Why a Floor Pedestal Fan Would Be Great For You
Floor fans are great portable sources of AC. These fans fit in small spaces, come in a variety of finishes, including satin nickel fan with walnut legs, oil rubbed bronze with walnut legs, aged bronze, antique copper and more. Click “add accessory options” on fans page to view more choices for our fans blades and base. We also have wall fans for your needs. These fans are mounted on your wall in any room in the house.
How to Clean Floor Standing Fans
Most fans can become dust magnets. Help keep your allergies clear and fans clean with these tips below. This also ensures longer life of your fan. Clean your fan at least once every four months.
1. Turn off your fan and completely unplug it from the socket.
2. Remove the front grill with a screwdriver or by unclipping the clips (if the fan has clips).
3. Next, you will see the blade cap right in the center of the fan blade, turn the blade cap clockwise to unhook and remove it.
4. Slide the fan blade off the grill very carefully.
5. You can use your fingers or a wrench to remove the back grill. Slide the back grill off from the base of the fan.
6. Make a tub of warm water with cleaning solution (a mild dish soap mixed with water should work). Dip a clean wash cloth in the solution and wring it out before gently cleaning the blades and grill. Take your time and make sure to continuously clean the cloth dipping it in the solution before continuing. Use a bucket of clean pure warm water to rinse your fan parts.
7. Let parts dry completely on a towel or newspaper before reassembling your floor standing fan. Do not place wet parts on your fan.