How to clean the lights

Whether you are a seasoned or a year-round grower, cleaning and maintaining your light is a must. If you are the former, cleaning them is only needed before usage. If you are the latter, it’s best to have a bi-monthly or quarterly routine. Doing so will help keep your lights working at maximum efficiency and will allow you to see what needs to be replaced or fixed.  Here are two ways on how to clean your lights.

To prevent the light from making any defectives, please handle the lght with care as follows.

  1. Don’t drop the unit and don’t give the unit any shocks.
  2. Don’t bend the PCB and don’t touch the LED Resin.
  3. Don’t storage the Module in a environment with dust.
  4. Don’t take the product apart.
  5. Don’t touch the LED and also PCB and other circuit parts of Module with your naked fingers or sharpness things.
  6. Do not touch the board while in operation andtake care so that do not pull wire during opertation.


How to Clean LED Growth Lights | Champion LED

Although LED lights do not attract that many bugs compared to a regular incandescent light, it can still attract a few of them. That said, your grow lights are not safe from insects, as well as dust and other particles. All you need an air duster or canned air to remove them. This product allows you to remove all the particles without wetting the lights or going through the hassle of disassembling them. Do remember to turn off and unplug before you start spraying away.


How to Clean LED Growth Lights | Champion LED

Standard glass cleaners are perfect for cleaning the glass under the LED lights. Spray some the glass cleaner into a soft lint-free cloth and gently wipe the surface. Carefully rub all the dirt away, but do not leave the cleaner on longer than three minutes. Allow it to dry before plugging it back in. As for the light itself, it’s also best to avoid using cleaners with chloroethylene or acetone because these products will cause the LEDs to fade.


Cleaning your LED lights is uncomplicated, right? It’s the same with maintaining it. Here are a few things to remember:

  • Regularly check for dust particles and bugs.
  • Avoid exposing the lights to water as it may drip on the inside. Even wiping with a damp cloth can lead to leakage.
  • Do not use cleaners with harmful chemicals.
  • Do not hang decors or any tools in the lamp as it may exceed the carrying capacity.
  • Check the bolts and screws. If loose, tighten immediately to avoid the lights from falling off the ceiling.
  • Always turn off and unplug before cleaning to prevent electrocution.

Doing all these will further extend the long life of your grow lights.

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  • Adam on

    Thanks for this article it’s very good information for a new LED users it’s a good suggestion to take care of your light After each run and when your not using them Store Them in a place WITHOUT DUST! that stays at a Steady room temp. other than that it’s a great article you have here great job Herman.

  • Ron Mathewson on

    Bought the sf1000, liked it, bought another. The girls liked it so much that they outgrew the space they were in, forcing me to expand their area. Have since added the sf2000 in hopes of getting a year round game going. Can’t say enough good stuff about the product.

  • Herman on

    if you have more then one sf1000 can you combined them together

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