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Flower care: How To Take Care Of Preserved Flower At Home?


What are Preserved flowers?

They are made from real fresh flowers. These fresh flowers will go through a technological process that enables them to become preserved flowers. Generally, Preserved flowers last much longer than fresh flowers. The estimated shelf life of these flowers is about 1-3 years. However, it can last for more than 10 years if it is stored in a sealed casing. So how do you maintain these flowers?

Tip #1:

Avoid watering Preserved flowers

Unlike fresh flowers, preserved flowers do not require water. They cannot be exposed to water in any form as they may lose certain properties that make them last longer.

Tip #2:

Keep them indoors!

Certain outdoor elements negatively impact these preserved roses. Some examples include dust, humidity, wind, temperature changes and animals. To ensure that your Preserved flowers are well taken care of, it is best to keep it indoors.

Tip #3:

Keep them in cool, dry places

Excessive humidity and heat can decrease the life of any natural flower, whether fresh or preserved. Since preserved roses are organic elements, avoid exposing them to conditions that stimulate their degradation.

Tip #4:

Do not crush, press or fold your Preserved flowers

Preserved flowers are still natural flowers. If someone crush, press or fold the petals of a preserved rose, the petals and leaves might break and fall apart. 

Tip #5:

Clean and dry using cool air 

It is important to keep your preserved flowers clean. Over some time, these flowers will retain some dust. The best way to clean preserved flowers is to use cool air with low speed from the hair dryer every month.

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