So, you've made the wise decision to invest in a preserved flower arrangement from The Floral House. Congrats on choosing beauty that stands the test of time! But how do you ensure that your lovely blooms stay as fresh as the day you got them? Read on for our ultimate care guide.

1. Keep Them Dry

While fresh flowers thrive on water, preserved flowers do not. Keep your blooms dry and avoid exposure to moisture to maintain their texture and color.

2. Limit Sun Exposure

Direct sunlight can bleach the vibrant colors of your preserved flowers. Place them in a spot that receives indirect light for best results.

3. Handle with Care

Preserved flowers may be more robust than their fresh counterparts, but they're not indestructible. Handle them gently to avoid bruising or damaging the petals.

4. Dusting Done Right

Just like any other item in your home, preserved flowers can accumulate dust. Gently brush them with a soft-bristle paintbrush to keep them looking their best.

5. Storage Tips

If you're planning to store your preserved flower arrangement for a while, place it in a box and keep it in a cool, dark place. Make sure the box is sealed to prevent any moisture from getting in.

Conclusion: Minimal Effort for Lasting Beauty

Taking care of your preserved flowers is a straightforward task, but it can make a world of difference in how long they last. With the right care, you can enjoy the aesthetic and emotional benefits of your preserved blooms for years to come.

Written by The Floral House

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