How to Maintain & Care for your UltraHedge Artificial Boxwood Leaf

Updated by MegaGrass Support

Artificial hedges often provide your space with a relaxing, vibrant look. With time passing by, they may accumulate a layer of dust and suffer from spiders. Although plastic hedge products don’t require much maintenance, like any other surface indoors or outdoors, they need some regular cleaning to look their best. If you’ve installed an artificial green wall recently or want to learn more about their maintenance, before you purchase one – read up on what you need to clean or maintain for your new faux green wall. After all, the more love and care you give your space, the longer it lasts.

How to clean your UltraHedge artificial boxwood leaf

Like any other cleaning regimen, you'll need tools to help you maintain your artificial boxwood leaf:

  • Feather duster
  • Dry cloth or soft microfiber cloth
  • Mild detergent or gentle dish soap
  • Spray bottle or
  • Bottle of window cleaner or multi-purpose cleaner spray


Step 1. Dust your plants

Unlike real plants, artificial hedges collect dust. Use a feather duster to remove dust and spider webs from the surface of artificial hedges. Lightly dust your artificial boxwood leaves and stems. Be careful not to break the plastic stems on your artificial boxwood.

Step 2. Spray your artificial plant with multi-purpose cleaning spray

For tough dirt, grime, and oil that you cannot easily wipe away by the feather duster or soft cloth, you need a non-abrasive material to do the work. Using a mild detergent or a multi-purpose cleaner, spray one cloth and gently scrub the foliage and panels.

Step 3. Rinse your artificial hedge with warm water

Remove cleaning product from your artificial hedge using warm water.

Step 4. Wipe your plants to dry

When you're done rinsing out your artificial hedge, finalize your cleaning by wiping over the stems and leaves using a dry cloth or a soft microfiber cloth.


Step 1. Choose a warm day

It's easy to clean your outdoor artificial hedge when the sun is out to help dry your artificial hedge.

Step 2. Grab your water hose to rinse

Carefully adjust your hose nozzle to spray. If the water pressure is too loaw, it may take more time and energy to get the job done. If the pressure is too high, artificial hedges may get damaged.

Step 3. Spray foliage and panels

Spray from all directions thoroughly to remove dust and spider webs.

Step 4. Shake off excess water

Remove excess water from your artificial hedge for easy drying.

Step 5. Let the sunlight do its magic!

Allow the sun to dry off your artificial boxwood hedge naturally.

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