Christmas has traditionally been used to celebrate winter festivals (pagan and Christian) for thousands of years. And if we say that this tree is the centerpiece of Christmas, it will be no wrong.
In this article, we will tell you about taking care of your Christmas tree.
Whether synthetic or natural, you are sure to ask yourself what care you should take to last your Christmas tree long. We have talked to several experts, and we have all the answers to your questions.
HOW DO I CHOOSE THE CHRISTMAS TREE?
The first thing to consider when buying a Christmas tree is the place where we are going to place it. So, we will know what size to choose, regardless of whether the tree is natural or artificial.
WHERE CAN I PLACE THE CHRISTMAS TREE?
“The usual thing is to place it in the corner of the room so that it becomes a protagonist on Christmas dates. Depending on the space and distribution of your house, you can choose one type of tree or another and place it in the best place to be integrated.
IF I CHOOSE IT NATURAL, IS IT BETTER TO HAVE ROOTS OR NOT?
If you decide on a natural tree, the best and most respectful of the environment is that you choose one with roots that you can replant after Christmas. Those that do not have roots are “use and throw away,” and we do not recommend it.
IF IT HAS ROOTS, HOW SHOULD THE SIZE OF THE POT BE?
Larger the better. Usually, when the size of the pot is marketed, it is related to the size of the tree, so that it is stable and safe. The ideal would be that once the campaign has passed, Christmas will be planted on the ground.
WHAT CAN I DO SO THAT THE CHRISTMAS TREE DOES NOT DROP (SO MUCH) THE NEEDLES?
“It is very common for a natural Christmas tree inside to release needles due to the dryness of the environment and the temperature. Avoid placing it in places near the Heaters.
WHEN DO YOU HAVE TO WATER THE CHRISTMAS TREE?
Depending on where the Christmas tree is placed and the temperature, you should water it from once a week to every 2 or 3 days.
IF THE CHRISTMAS TREE IS ARTIFICIAL, CAN IT BE NEAR THE HEATER OR THE FIREPLACE?
Christmas tree is made of flame retardant materials. You can place it near the fireplace. Just make sure this before putting it near a heat source or a chimney that can give off a spark.
HOW SHOULD I CLEAN OR MAINTAIN AN ARTIFICIAL CHRISTMAS TREE?
It is best to vacuum the dust before cleaning. The sofa brush accessory (the round) is perfect. If you also can not pass the duster. Once you have vacuumed the Christmas tree, you can clean the branches with a damp cloth and let it dry well in the air. When storing it, repeat the cleaning again and try to fold the branches very well. Try to keep it in its original packaging.