Instructions

Instructions

To Clean & Shine Plants or Cut Floral Greens:

Warning: Plants to be treated should be watered before application of leaf shine. Proper covering should be used to avoid overspray on any surface that may spot or stain. Overspray on floors may create slippery conditions. Plants and floral greens should not be treated in direct sunlight.

Dilute 1 part* Pixie Sparkle T/5 Concentrate with 10 to 25 parts* water in a clean container. For more shine use less water and for a more natural luster use more water. Shake dilution frequently during use. Completely spray top surface of leaves and let dry. For heavily soiled leaves, spray top surface of leaves and then rinse with water, or wipe with a soft cloth dampened with the diluted Pixie. Make sure the cloth is clean when you begin and has not been used with any solvents or household cleaners.

To Extend the Useful Life of Cut Floral Greens:

Warning: Proper covering should be used to avoid splashing or dripping on any surface that may spot or stain. Splashing or dripping on floors may create slippery conditions. Greens should not be treated in direct sunlight.

Dilute 1 part* Pixie Sparkle T/5 Concentrate with 25 to 100 parts* cold water in a clean container. Dilutions may vary depending on the types of greens and your desired effect, so experiment. Constantly stir mixture when treating greens. Dip floral greens in dilution and then shake off excess before storage. When storing treated greens be sure not to repack them too tightly, leaving them room to “breathe”. Excess solution should be stored in cooler to retard bacterial multiplication. Due to bacteria in the water solution should be changed every few days and container cleaned before refilling.

Plants Pixie can be used on:

Pixie can be used on most hard-leafed tropical foliage plants such as Aglaonema, Arboricola, Croton, Dieffenbachia, Dracaena, Ficus, most Palms, Philodendron, Pothos, Spathiphyllum, and many more. Warning: Pixie should not be used on African Violets or any other hairy-leafed plants, Cacti, Ferns, Fish Tail Palm, Nephthytis, Norfolk Pine, and Succulents. If you are unsure, test spray a small area and allow to sit for a few days before treating large quantities.

Floral Greens Pixie can be used on:

Pixie can be used on most floral greens such as Leather Leaf Ferns, Palm fronds, Ti Leaves, etc. Do not use on Springerii Fern. If you are unsure, test dip a small amount and allow to sit for a few days before treating large quantities.

*A part is a generic unit of measure. It can be an ounce, a cup, a liter, a quart, etc.