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Care Instruction for Faux Flowers

FAQ: Care Instructions for Faux Flowers

Q: How often do I need to clean my faux flowers?
A: We recommend dusting them lightly every two weeks. For a deeper clean, consider doing it every 1-2 months or when you notice significant dust or dirt buildup.

Q: Can I wash my faux flowers?
A: Yes, but with caution. Use a gentle spray from a water bottle or a light rinse under a tap. Avoid using detergents or placing them in a washing machine, as this can damage their color and structure.

Q: Can faux flowers be placed in direct sunlight?
A: While they won't wilt like real flowers, direct sunlight can fade their colors over time. To maintain their vibrant hues, it's best to keep them away from continuous direct sunlight.

Q: What's the best way to dust faux flowers?
A: A soft-bristled brush or a feather duster works well. You can also use a hairdryer on a cool, low setting to blow away dust.

Q: Can I use cleaning sprays or polish on my faux flowers?
A: Generally, it's best to avoid chemical cleaning agents as they can strip the color or damage the material of the flowers. If you must, test on a small, inconspicuous area first.

Q: My faux flower arrangement got squished or misshapen during transport. What can I do?
A: Most faux flowers are flexible. You can gently bend the stems or petals back into shape. If wrinkles appear on the petals, a light steam can help - but always from a distance to avoid damage.

Q: How can I store my faux flowers when they're not in use?
A: Store them in a dry, cool place, away from direct sunlight. If possible, store them in the box or container they came in to protect their shape.

Q: Can I place my faux flowers outdoors?
A: While some faux flowers are designed for outdoor use, most are not. Regular outdoor exposure can cause them to fade, get dirty quickly, or even get damaged. Always check the product specifications.

Q: Can faux flowers be scented?
A: Yes, there are artificial flower sprays available that can give your faux flowers a pleasant fragrance. Make sure to choose a spray specifically made for faux flowers to avoid any potential damage.

Q: Will faux flowers attract pests?
A: Typically, faux flowers do not attract pests as real plants might. However, if they become very dirty or are stored improperly, they might attract some insects or pests. Regular cleaning helps in preventing this.

Q: Is it safe to keep faux flowers in a child's room?
A: Generally, yes. However, ensure the flowers don't have small detachable parts that a child could swallow. Also, some faux flowers might have wires that can be sharp, so always choose child-friendly varieties for such spaces.

Q: What are the benefits of silk flower arrangements vs. fresh flower arrangements?

Instant Beauty - No need to arrange flowers.
Excellent Value - They last for years.
Gift Proof - Everyone loves flowers!
Allergy Free - no pollen or perfumes.
Mess Free - Flowers always look fresh.
Maintenance Free - No care required and no water spills.

Q: Is there any assembly required for artificial flower arrangements?
No. You may have to fluff up your arrangement slightly due to any movement during delivery / shipping, but other than that, your arrangement will arrive ready to display.

Q: Can I put my faux flower arrangements outside?
As these silk flowers are made from fabric, it is best to keep them in a protected environment; however, you may place them in a covered area outside, away from water and direct sunlight.

Q: Are silk flowers and greenery actually made with silk?
The word "silk", when describing faux flowers, does not mean the item is made out of silk. Keeping to industry standards, the word "silk" is now used to describe a flower or plant that is artificially made. It does not mean that the material used to make the flower or plant is silk. Materials used may depend on the quality and the final shape requirements of the flower head or leaves, and may include, but are not limited to: polyester, nylon, PVC, latex, rubber, and silk.

Q: What's the difference between Silk Flowers and Real Touch Flowers?
Real Touch Flowers made of silk with latex coating. The most popular types of these flowers are roses and peonies. Some Real Touch Flowers are made of silicone or solid silicone. It is produced from polyurethane. Usually hydrangeas, orchids calla lilies, tulips, peonies and amaryllises are made of this material. Thicker soft material. Real Touch Flowers are what the industry is leaning towards to because of the wider variety of flowers and colors this quality offers. These flowers are extremely realistic looking and realistic to the eye. The best way to describe them would be a very thin petal that feels like a real velvety, soft touch flower. They can be dyed to any color. These do not have a waxy coating.

Natural Touch Flowers have a thicker petal with more texture and are amazingly realistic to the touch. The color/flower variety is not as wide. They can be dyed but they might also bleed into other colors if dyed, specially in darker colors. Keeping within in the standard available colors is the best choice here. The stems are also amazingly realistic.

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