Preserved Flowers Maintenance

Preserved flowers are natural flowers that have undergone special processing to retain their natural beauty and not wither like fresh flowers. They are more durable than fresh flowers but still require appropriate care to prolong their lifespan. Here are some tips for preserving your preserved flowers:

  • Do not water the flowers. Preserved flowers have already undergone a special treatment process, and watering them can cause damage.

  • Keep the flowers away from direct sunlight. Exposure to direct sunlight can cause the colors of preserved flowers to fade and shorten their lifespan.

  • Avoid placing the flowers outdoors. Outdoor elements like wind, rain, and temperature changes can damage preserved flowers.

  • Store the flowers in a cool, dry place. Preserved flowers are sensitive to moisture and humidity, so it's important to store them in a dry environment to prevent deterioration.

  • Avoid exposing the flowers to direct cold air from an air conditioner or other sources. Direct cold air can cause the petals and stems to become brittle and damage the flowers.

  • Do not touch the flowers unless necessary. Preserved flowers are delicate and touching them too often can cause damage.

  • Avoid crushing, pulling, or folding the petals. Preserved flowers are fragile, and rough handling can cause them to break or lose their shape.


If your preserved flowers collect dust or dirt, gently remove it with a hairdryer set to low cool wind mode from about 30cm away. Be careful not to get too close, as the flowers can be delicate and easily damaged.

Preserved flowers are 100% natural flowers that undergo a special process of dehydration, decolorization, coloring, and drying. This process helps to retain their natural beauty, but some fading over time is still possible.

In the event that your clothing or other surfaces accidentally come into contact with preserved flowers, gently scrub the affected area with soap and water to remove any staining or residue. Avoid using harsh chemicals or cleaners, as they can cause damage to the preserved flowers.