Cleaning Artificial Trees

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Faux trees can collect a lot of dust on their leaves that requires cleaning. This is a page about cleaning artificial trees.


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June 7, 2002

Does anyone have an easy way to clean artificial trees. Dusting with a duster doesn't work.



By Wally (Guest Post)
January 26, 20050 found this helpful
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Most apartment dwellers don't have hoses. Putting the tree in the shower works pretty well if they are made of just foliage. Tip it so the water doesn't go in the container. Do it when you can leave the tree in the shower to drip dry.
I have a tree with fabric flowers I don't know how to clean. Any suggestions?

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April 25, 20051 found this helpful
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Walmart carries a spray in both the pump bottle and aerosol can and this works well. You spray it on and let dry. It dusts the leaves as wells as leaves a shine. Works well on baskets as well.


When I run out of this stuff I just set my artificial plants or baskets under the shower and hose down well. I leave them in the shower to drip dry.

by Tawnda

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By Jean (Guest Post)
July 25, 20061 found this helpful
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Use 1 part vinegar to 2 parts water in a spray bottle. It seems to work well.

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November 4, 2011

This is a page about cleaning an artificial Christmas tree. Many families use an artificial tree to safe money or because they believe it is better for the environment. Because these trees can be used year after year they will need to be cleaned periodically to retain their fresh appearance.

Cleaning an Artificial Christmas Tree, Decorated artificial tree.

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