care | maintenance for your new plant designs.

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What to do, once your plant design has arrived.

care | maintenance for your new plant designs.

Aquarium Plants ( silk or plastic ):

Once you have removed the plant design from the package, grab the base of the plant design and turn it upside down. Gently shake the design for a second so that any packaging dust falls away from the plant.

Fill a bowl or bucket (depending on its size) with luke warm water. Grab the base of the plant design and turn it upside down. Slowly dip the plant design in the water a few times then sit it upright to dry.

I do not recommend running it under a water spicket as too much pressure could damage the design.

Caution: Never use soap’s or detergent’s to clean you artificial plants. What they leave behind, can be toxic to your pets.


Reptile or Snake Habitat Plants ( plastic, without fir bark trunk ):

Once you have removed the plant design from the package, grab the base of the plant design and turn it upside down. Gently shake the design for a second so that any packaging dust falls away from the plant.

Plastic Plants:

Fill a bowl or bucket (depending on its size) with luke warm water. Grab the base of the plant design and turn it upside down. Slowly dip the plant design in the water once, then sit it upright to dry.

I do not recommend running it under a water spicket as too much pressure could damage the design.

Caution: Never use soap’s or detergent’s to clean you artificial plants. What they leave behind, can be toxic to your pets.

Reptile or Snake Habitat Plants ( silk and or with fir bark trunk ):

Once you have removed the plant design from the package, grab the base of the plant design and turn it upside down. Gently shake the design for a second so that any packaging dust falls away from the plant.

maintenance fir bark trunk from ron beck designs 300 300Before the following step, make sure at all times, the fir bark cannot be submerged in water and or have water sprayed onto it. If the fir bark becomes soaked with water it will begin to separate.

Plastic Plants:

Fill a bowl or bucket (depending on its size) with luke warm water. Grab the base of the plant design and turn it upside down. Slowly dip the plant design in the water once, then sit it upright to dry.

Silk Plants:

Take a soft clean cloth and dampen it with warm water. Ring out the excess water from the cloth and gently, wipe down each leaf. Place your other hand under the leaf for support. I have also used a dampened paint brush, works well!

I do not recommend running it under a water spicket as too much pressure could damage the design.

Caution: Never use soap’s or detergent’s to clean you artificial plants. What they leave behind, can be toxic to your pets.


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