Care Tips & Setup


Care Tips

Never wash your Himalayan salt lamp as its natural effect is one of self cleansing. With its antibiotic properties it does not need washing. If it gets dusty, just use a dry or slightly damp cloth to clean it.

We do recommend leaving your lamp on as much as possible however, when not using for long periods, do not leave your lamp in a humid room or outside of the home where it is exposed to the elements. Try not to keep your lamp on a window sill or in a bathroom (or anywhere with large amounts of moisture present.

We recommend placing your Himalayan salt lamp onto a decorative plate or holder, to avoid it leaving marks on any much-loved furniture.

Setup of your Himalayan salt lamp

Remove plastic from your salt lamp.
Screw the light bulb firmly into the power cable fitting.
Gently push in the metal clips and insert the fitting into the base of the salt lamp until the metal clips spring into place.
Check power point switch is OFF. Plug power cable into power point.
Turn on power and your salt lamp is ready to go!

How to position your salt lamp

Himalayan salt lamps can be used wherever you desire fresh, clean air to help focus your concentration or simply to help you relax in your surroundings.
The following areas are examples of great spaces that will be enhanced by the inclusion of a beautiful salt lamps: Bedrooms, living rooms, offices, hospitals, meditation spaces, coffee shops, restaurants, health clubs and many more!

How to look after your salt lamp

To clean, switch lamp off and wipe with a slightly damp sponge.
Leave lamp on wherever possible as the heat from the light bulb will prevent the lamp absorbing moisture.
If lamp gets wet leave in strong sunlight for 4 to 5 hours and brush off any excess crystals.
When not in use for long periods, disconnect your power cable and remove from the lamp, and store the salt lamp and base in a plastic bag to help prevent the lamp absorbing moisture.
In humid conditions we recommend placing your lamp onto a small tray or dish in the rare case they may pool water.

Planning on going away on holiday?

If you plan on having your lamp switched off for an extended period, we recommend unplugging the power cord, separating the cord from your salt lamp, and wrapping the salt lamp in a plastic bag to keep it air tight. This will prevent the lamp from pooling water.

Getting  Salt bars hot: 

The Golden Rule of Heating Ye Salt Block: 
* 20 minutes on low
* 20 minutes on medium
* 20 minutes on high

* Sprinkle Test: Sprinkle a few drops of water on the block. If they sizzle vigorously and disappear immediately, the block is ready.

* Hand Test: Hold your hand two or three inches above the block. If you can't keep it there more than 5 seconds, it's hot enough!

* If you don't trust your senses - or if you really really really love hi-tech gadgets, snag yourself an infrared thermometer.  It reads the temperature of your block for you. You're looking for about 500°F.

Voila! You are now ready to throw some steak on your block - and dazzle your wife or your friends or your auntie in the process.