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How to Clean Fake Plants. Fake plants are a great way to add color and texture to any home or aquarium. These convincing faux arrangements and plants bring the serenity of nature into your home without the added hassle of watering and...


How To Clean Fake Plants. If your artificial plant is relatively new and only lightly dusty, a quick once-over with an electrostatic duster will keep it looking brand new. For more stubborn grime, follow the methods below. Individual Fake Flowers. Insert them flower-end first into a pillowcase. Add 1 cup of table salt or cornmeal.


How to Clean Artificial Flowers. Artificial plants can be both beautiful and practical. While they don't require the care that living plants will need, such as watering and fertilizing, they still require regular cleaning to look their...


They may not need light and water, but artificial plants do require regular cleaning to look their best. This is a guide about cleaning artificial plants. Ad. Tips. Share a Tip Check out these tips or, if you have something to add to this guide, click to share your own tip!


Table of Contents:How to Clean Silk PlantsHow to Clean Plastic PlantsAdditional Tips and Advice advertisement If you don’t have a green thumb, fake plants are the perfect way to add a nice decorative touch to any room. However, these plants can quickly collect dust and lose their “real” look. Clean your fake plants quickly and […]


HOW TO CLEAN ARTIFICIAL PLANTS I love to fill my home with plants! They really add a homey feel to any room... But how to clean them? In this video, I'll be sharing just exactly how I clean ...


-Remove your silk plant from its container and swish them around in the soapy water. To remove stubborn grime, use soft cloth or gloves to gently rub it way. Do not scrub the plant, as it could fray or fall apart.-Rinse soap from your plant in the clean water thoroughly—excess soap will cause residue to build up more quickly!


I have some plants and the last tank they were in was a tank with ich, fin rot and some other kind of disease. I took that tank down a couple months ago and just kept the healthy tank upbut now I want to use the plants that were in the disease filled tank and I do not want to get my healthy tank infected so how can I thoroughly clean the plants so they are safe for my tank?


Since this fix is so cheap and easy, I will most definitely keep up with the cleaning on my silk plants and I know if I do this regularly, all I will have to do is a quick spray and they will stay nice. How often do you clean your silk plants and which method/product do you use?


This is a great question that came off our Facebook page: Hello ‘Clean My Space’ Team, I was wondering if you have any tips or tricks to quickly clean the leaves of an artificial tree. I have attached a photo of my tree, so you can see the type of leaves I am talking about […]