Cleaning Artificial Flowers

Some artificial flowers are washable. Dip the flowers, one at a time, in a solution of two tablespoons of sudsy ammonia and one quart of water, rinse well and drain on towels.

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By duckie-do from Cortez, CO

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Cleaning Artificial Flowers

I use my blow dryer on the cooler setting. (10/06/2010)

By DorothyNYC

Cleaning Artificial Flowers

I just swish them through water under the tap to remove the dust, and give them a shake to get the water off. Sometimes I fill the sink and swish them there. Nothing special! I've had some for years (too long, really!!) (10/09/2010)

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