Dust and neglect are two of the primary reasons most artificial tongue plants go from fabulous to fake plants. Fortunately, you can protect your investment and maintain your decor with consistent effort.

For plants prone to fading, be sure to shield them from direct sunlight. There are sprays for fake tongue plants that may help to protect them from cracking and discoloration. Some of them can be expensive, so balance that against the cost of replacing your faux plants once they have faded.

Keep a feather duster handy and use it frequently to prevent dust buildup. When dust accumulates, you can also gently swish the fake plants around in a bag with salt or uncooked rice to help loosen any stubborn dust particles. Another option to consider is purchasing silk plant cleanser from a local or online florist. If none of these methods work, it’s time to replace the plants.

Technology has improved the look and longevity of plastic tongue plants so much that many people choose them over natural florals to decorate their spaces. There are many formal occasions where only real plants will do; however, faux Tongue plants are a smart option to consider for convenience and cost savings.

When choosing to go faux, remember to pay particular attention to materials, plant style, options for displaying your plants, and proper cleaning. With a little planning, you can reap the benefits of a beautiful faux arrangement that closely rivals real Plants.

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