Artificial Plants & Flowers

Artificial Plants & Flowers

Artificial flowers are made of paper, cotton, parchment, latex, rubber, sateen (for large, bold-colored flowers and arrangements), plastic, and dried materials. Most artificial flowers in the market nowadays are made of polyester fabric.
Normally, we do not recommend using artificial flowers for the outdoors as they are delicate in silk material. But for outdoor weddings or other events, silk flowers can temporarily serve as arrangements once coated with UV-resistant sprays.
Use Fabric Protection Spray. Lay your artificial flowers down on some sheets of old newspaper in a well-ventilated area. Apply the UV-resistant spray in sweeping motions and leave to dry for approximately 10 minutes before you place your artificial flowers back in the path of direct sunlight or weather exposure.
No, silk flowers and plants should not get wet, as it can damage them. This method removes the debris without cleaning the plants with water. This will also work well for other fabric plants, such as polyester.