How to clean artificial plants

Simple Instructions for cleaning silk flowers and plants

The following procedure on how to clean artificial plants is used at Pacific Silkscapes.

Artificial plants and silk leaves can be cleaned with a mild detergent diluted 2 to 1 with water after dusting using a standard feather duster. For larger floral arrangements you should wipe down the arrangement flower by flower and then rinse it carefully using plain water, to restore the original look of the design.
Design Masters’ aerosol silk flower cleaner is a preferred cleaner that we use at Pacific Silkscapes.

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Magnolia Arrangement

For larger outdoor plants and trees you can take them outside and spray a mist of water on them and shake to dry. Let them dry naturally in the sun for 30 minutes. After cleaning you may want to check for any loose leaves and stems and repair using hot glue. At Pacific Silkscapes we can clean and recondition your plants in most cases. We also replace old moss and repaint planters and baskets to give them a new look.

Silk flowers and other types of artificial blooms and greenery can
enhance the look and feel of a room. Like other accessories, there is a
need to clean silk arrangements from time to time in order to keep them
looking vibrant and new. To clean silk flowers that combine fabric and plastic, dust the leaves and blooms with a damp cloth or feather duster. For small stems, or intricate spaces, use a dry craft or paint brush.

 
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  1. Way cool! Some extremely valid points! I appreciate you penning this write-up and the rest of the website is also really good. Joni Giovanna

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