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How to Clean Artificial Plants

Views: 8640 | Last Update: 2009-02-18
How to Clean Artificial Plants - Provided by eHow
The easiest way to clean artificial plants is with water and a soft cloth, although this process should be done over the sink to prevent runoff stains. Keep artificial plants looking brand new all of the time with help from a professional house cleaner... View Video Transcript

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Rachel Yatuzis

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Hi I'm Rachel Yatuzis and I am going to show you how to clean your artificial plants. If you have some that are super super dirty, maybe somebody gave you some that they didn't want any more and they're just really really dusty you may want to go for the water and a soft cloth. The colors on your artificial plants are going to bleed and I say do this outside because it will stain your clothes, it will stain your carpet so do this outside or at least over the sink if it's cold out so you know just get a wet cloth and just do some detail work, just wipe the leaves, both sides. The good thing about doing it this way is you only have to do it once. If you keep up with your artificial plant cleaning after this, so after you have gotten the bulk of all the dirty off and you have gotten them nice and clean and look like they just came from the craft store stick them back in their little vase or wherever you had them and every couple of weeks, just as often as you dust grab a plastic bag, put your artificial plants in the plastic grocery bag, this is getting hung up, there we go, salt is a good agitator in this recipe, dump some salt in there, close the bag up really well and shake it up. Do this for a while and the salt will you know, knock all of that off, all the dust and your plant should be looking brand new at all times. I'm Rachel Yatuzis and that is how you clean artificial plants.