The spring bloom wreath is carefully crafted with high quality silk flowers, a 12inch natural grapevine wreath and a Herringbone cotton ribbon. The wreath features Anemones, Peonies, Cabbage Roses and lilies. Decorated by Blossoms and boxwood greenery, hanging on our Herringbone Cotton Ribbon.
Spring Bloom Wreath
The silk flowers are incredibly realistic, easy to clean, or store away during the months not needed. They can simply be used again year after year!
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- Dust the flowers lightly with a feather duster. This is the quickest and easiest method for cleaning artificial plants, but 1 of the least effective. A feather duster will not remove any built-up grime or heavy dust, but using it regularly will remove a little dust and keep your artificial flowers cleaner between deep cleanings.
- Spray the flowers with compressed air. Cans of compressed air are sold in office supply stores for keeping computer keyboards clean. You can use them on your silk flowers to loosen stubborn dust pretty effectively, but you run the risk of dislodging delicately glued parts. If you think your flowers can withstand a heavy gust of air without damage, this is a good option.
- Spray the flowers with a silk flower cleaning spray. These sprays are specially designed to dissolve dust on contact without leaving any sticky residue. To use the spray, simply mist the flowers lightly; no wiping is required. Cleaning sprays can be quite effective, but they are generally very expensive.
- Shake the artificial flowers in a bag of salt. Place the flowers in a plastic zip-top bag along with a few spoonfuls of coarse salt (kosher salt works very well). Shake the bag gently for 1 minute. The grains of salt will act as mild abrasives, gently loosening dust and grime. When you’re done, remove the flowers from the bag and shake off the remaining salt. Be wary of damaging delicate parts using this method.