Valentine's Day is coming up. Many are already preparing themselves to purchase flowers for their loved ones for this special day of love. Fresh flowers only last a few days, few weeks tops. Have you thought about cherishing the value of the flowers for a lifetime? You can do so with our silica gel for flowers.
Specially created for the purpose of drying flowers, our silica gel crystals go into every nook and cranny to enhance the preservation process of your beautiful flowers. This allows them to live on long after the flower's time has passed.
Don't wait until the very last minute to preserve them with silica gel as time is of the essence, you will want to start the drying process as soon as the flowers are starting to wither. This way you are able to enhance the look of the flowers when they dry out.
Use this silica gel, one that is finer and almost sandlike if you're looking to get the most out of the drying process by allowing the silica gels to get inside all of the flowers and petals. Place your Valentine's Day flowers in a container and pour the silica gel crystals on top of it, the silica gels will cover the flowers entirely. Close the lid and check back till you're satisfied with the results.
If you prefer a cleaner application, one that is easier to use and non-messy, then the yellow silica gel beads is for you. It works incredibly well to preserve the flowers. Simply pour the beads into a container with your Valentine's Day flowers, and close the lid. Leave for a few days till you achieve your desired result.
You can use silica gel to dry flowers. Silica gel is a type of desiccant which absorbs a ton of moisture. As such it is highly suitable to be used for this purpose.
Materials needed include your flowers, silica gel, and a container with an airtight lid.
To start, place one layer of silica gel at the bottom of the container. Add the flowers to the container and add on silica gels onto the top of the flowers as required. The silica gel will absorb all of the water from your flowers within a few days.
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