Ceiling roses have traditionally been used in the center of the ceiling to provide a stylish finishing to light fixture. Unfortunately, many house and apartment owners with older properties find that the original ceiling rose has been removed over the years and that it can be both costly and difficult to replace with a new one.
Use ordinary hand tools to saw, grind, and process before assembly. Ceiling roses can be mounted with glue; superfluous glue can be immediately wiped off simply with water or mild soap solution. For further tips and instructions, refer to the Instructions for Use.
Products in polystyrene must always be painted with water-based paint.