Water Change Frequency: 2-3 times a week
Once a flower is cut, it loses its source of sustenance and begins the process of dying - it should be placed in a vase of water as soon as possible.
Often times the florist will make a fresh-cut on the bottom of the stems, however it doesn't hurt to give them another cut when you get home and before you put them in the vase.
Stems should be cut at an angle to maximise their ability to take in water.
Make sure that you don't have any leaves submerged in the water, as they will decay quickly and severely lower the quality of the water.
Every day or two, flower maintenance should be performed, where the water is changed if it is dirty, and a fresh-cut is made on the stem.
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Care Frequency: Whenever necessary

Things to prepare for cleaning of artificial flower:

Water, Detergent, Towel, Wash Cloth, Pail.



Care Frequency: Whenever necessary

• Do not put dry & preserved flower under direct strong light, nor put it at the vents of air conditioner and fan, etc.

• Dry & preserved flower must kept far away from water. The petals will become semi-transparent when the environment is moist. If so, you just need to dry out the dry & preserved flower and drying agent together in a sealed container for several days, then the flower will return to its original state.

• The dry & preserved flower retains the original flavour of the plant, it has no any side-effect to the human health.

• If the dry & preserved flower is stained by the dust, you can clean the dry & preserved flower with the blower blowing softly 20cm away from the flower with

low heat)

• Under normal circumstances, the life of the preserved flower is 3 to 5 years. If you can keep it well, the life of the preserved flower can be even longer.