We care for indoor plants
If your indoor plants do not feel well, pay attention to them.
1. Remove sick and yellow leaves, dry branches and bald stems.
2. Check outwhether the earth is too dense in pots. If so, make a few holes with a wooden stick so that water and air can flow to the roots. If the earth in the pot has settled, you can sprinkle on top of a new one and add a little coffee grounds instead of drainage. Gently mix the new and old earth with a fork.
3. Wipe plants with large leaves with a microfiber rag, and rinse small leaves in the shower. If you want the leaves to look smooth, glossy, you can drip a little vegetable oil on a paper towel and wipe only the top side of the sheet, the bottom should breathe.
4. Clean pots with a whitish bloom with a brush dipped in vinegar, and then wipe with oil.
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