Himalayan Salt has absorptive properties, which implies that it draws water from the encompassing environment.
Salt Precious stone Lights ought to accordingly never be sprinkled with water,
kept in a soggy room or be put outside. Some of the time, in especially sodden or muggy conditions,
the lamp surface might be marginally soggy to the touch. Lighting it for a couple of hours dries it rapidly.
On the off chance that crystallization happens, simply wiping with a clammy material will dispose of it.
For most regular circumstances, this is not a worry.
It is suggested that you light your lamp each day for the best air purging results,
and you can leave your lights on for whatever length of time that conceivable.
This won't just keep up a consistent negative ionizing process, additionally repulse abundance
dampness develop around the lamp.
On the other hand if you decide not to utilize the light for drawn out stretches of time,
simply put a plastic sack over the light to shield it from stickiness.
Instructions to clean your salt light:
Wipe the lamp with a soggy (not drenching wet) towel or wipe so as to expel dust.
Once cleaned, dry the lamp with a paper towel or turn on the light for some time.
Cautioning: Keep out of compass of kids.
Always unplug the light before changing the light to counteract electric stun.
IF you decide to put a Himalayan Salt Lamp on a wooden surface, please guarantee that
it has a waterproof base with the goal that it don't harm your furniture.