SNOW FOR CHRISTMAS TREE
Christmas tree snow is a powdered, cotton-based snow (with other components), which will help you to give a second life or a new touch to your Christmas decorations. To apply the snow, all you need is some water and a sieve that allows you to deposit the snow as small flakes. Below you will find the application guide, which is also included in the package.
QUANTITIES OF FLOCK SNOW TO BE USED
500g pack -> 1.5 metre high tree
1kg pack - > Tree >2m, or very dense tree.
HOW TO APPLY SNOW ON THE CHRISTMAS TREE
To apply the snow, it is necessary to wet the branches with water beforehand. A pressurised water dispenser is ideal, but you can also use a conventional water spray. In this image you can see the step-by-step application guide. It will also come as a label attached to the snow pack.
SOME PHOTOS WITH SNOW FOR TREE APPLIED
In this video you can see photographs with real examples of trees where the Alquera flock snow has been laid.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Is the snow placed with the tree mounted or unmounted?
It can be done in both ways, although we recommend doing it without assembling, as you can spray it all without any problem and then pour the snow into a sieve, open it wide and then start at the bottom and continue upwards to make a better application of the snow.
How long should the snow on the Christmas tree be left to dry?
It depends on the amount of water you have used. It will take as long to dry as it takes for the water to dry.
Does the flock snow fall off once applied?
We always recommend a little maintenance every 7 days or so, you should spray again but this time in small quantities, just so that the snow sticks to the tree. Afterwards it should not fall off, only if an area has not stuck with water it could come off a little. The snow will remain permanently stuck to the tree unless it is cleaned off.
Does Christmas tree snow last from one year to the next?
If the snow remains stuck from one year to the next, the only thing that can happen is that it may have come off a little, but it depends on the amount you have used to decorate your tree previously. If there is a little left over, you can refill the gaps that have come off, but normally what usually comes off from one year to the next is only a small amount.
OTHER TYPES OF SNOW
If you are looking for snow for your decorations, snow for the nativity scene, in polymer, or you want another type of snow, in this section you can find all types of artificial snow.
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