We all know that plants need photosynthesis, and the dust on the leaves will block the plant’s stomata, affecting its respiration and photosynthesis, causing leaf yellowing. Dust makes the plants look dirty, so in the daily maintenance of plants, we not only need to remove pests for them, but also dust them in time. Here are 3 methods of dust removal for plants.

1.Use beer and water in a 1:10 ratio to make a solution

Use beer and water in a 1:10 ratio to make a solution, dip it and wipe the leaves, and then spray them with water again, suitable for plants with large leaves.click to get!

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  • Prepare a leftover beer and a spray bottle.
  • Pour the beer and water into the spray bottle in a 1:10 ratio and shake well.
  • Dip a soft cloth in the beer solution and gently wipe both sides of the leaves, being careful not to damage the leaves.
  • Spray the leaves with water again to wash off the sugar in the beer, preventing insects from being attracted.
  • Place the plant in a ventilated place to dry.

2.Use a pressurized spray bottle

Use a pressurized spray bottle to spray water at the plant’s leaves, using the water’s impact force to wash away the dust on the leaves, suitable for plants with smooth and small leaves .click to get!

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  • Prepare a pressurized spray bottle and clean water.
  • Pour clean water into the spray bottle, tighten the lid and shake well.
  • Adjust the nozzle of the spray bottle to a suitable size, not too big or too small.
  • Spray water evenly at the plant’s leaves from top to bottom and from left to right, being careful not to wet the soil and roots.
  • Place the plant in a ventilated place to dry.

3.Use a soft-bristled brush or feather brush

Use beer and water in a 1:10 ratio to make a solution, dip it and wipe the leaves, and then spray them with water again, suitable for plants with large leaves.click to get!

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  • Prepare a soft-bristled brush or feather brush and a small basin.
  • Put the soft-bristled brush or feather brush in the small basin, pour in a little water and wet the bristles.
  • Gently brush away the dust along the direction of the plant’s stems and leaves, being careful not to damage or drop the hairs or thorns on the stems and leaves.
  • After brushing, put the soft-bristled brush or feather brush back in the small basin, pour out the dirty water and wash it clean.

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