How do I protect my artificial plants outdoors?

artificial plants outdoor protection


Here are a few ways to protect your artificial plants when placing them outside:

  1. Use a sealant: Apply a UV-resistant sealant to your artificial plants to protect them from fading and weathering caused by sun exposure.

  2. Use a protective covering: Cover your artificial plants with a waterproof and UV-resistant tarp or protective covering when they are not in use. This will help protect them from wind, rain, and other elements.

  3. Place them in a sheltered area: Position your artificial plants in a sheltered area, such as a covered patio or under a tree, to provide them with some protection from the elements.

  4. Bring them indoors during extreme weather: Strong winds, heavy rain, or extreme heat can damage artificial plants, so it's best to bring them indoors during extreme weather conditions.

  5. Clean them regularly: Regularly cleaning your artificial plants will help to remove dust and debris that can cause damage over time. Use a soft cloth or a paintbrush to gently brush off any dust or debris.

It's important to keep in mind that, despite the protection, artificial plants will not have the same durability as real plants and may not withstand the elements as well. Be prepared to replace them more frequently than real plants.