During the Christmas holidays, a Christmas tree is the most classical quirk in their homes. There are those who opt for a fir, pine or spruce tree. On the other hand, there are those who opt for an artificial tree due to convenience. Moreover, some go for artificial trees because of sensitivity or dedication to the ecosystem.
No doubt, in the present day, artificial trees are becoming more rational. But, if you have one that does not look historical, you can make it veritable using the following ways.
Before you put up your tree, clean every part. This will prevent insects and dust that would get into the box if you don’t store it well. Still, if it’s the first time you are storing it, deliberate on adding some silica gel packets in the box. The silica gel packets will impede the tree from generating vexatious scent.
Light Scented Candles
Using scented candles will help your tree to smell real. Get to the craft stores and check out the extensive diversity of bouquet. You can go for vanilla, lime, cinnamon or settle on the traditional pine whiff. Finally, when you light them, don’t put them too close to your tree. Place them at a distance to prevent fires.
Hang Air Fresheners
Another stratagem to make your artificial tree smell real is to dangle air fresheners. But, you should hang them down at the back of the tree where tucked away from visibility. You can buy the air fresheners from the department store or from the supermarket. Above all, some scented liquids are flammable. As a result, don’t spray too much on the tree.
Hang Tangible Pines on your Tree
Now, here is the deal. Prettify your tree by hanging pine cones on the branches to give it that real pine scent. If you have pines in your garden, sterile and treat them for insects or sap. Besides, you can opt for the ones from local craft stores that are infused with scent.
All these are economical yet practical ways that will give your tree a real smell. Note: essential oils are more recommended than chemical sprays, perfume scented products and plug-ins. Essential oils are less toxic and they are good for your health. Finally, a little bit of inspiration and components, you’ll bring out the sweet scent of your artificial Christmas tree.