Rubber Tree Plants

Rubber Tree Leaves


Anonymous added on September 3, 2011 | Answered

Besides water, what can be used to clean the leaves? I've wiped them with water and cloth, but they are still ugly, not nice and shiny.


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Nikki
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Answered on September 4, 2011

"Take plants outdoors on a cloudy day (to avoid sunburn) and wash them down with a sprayer filled with diluted liquid dish soap. Rinse off leaves and let them air-dry. If spots appear on leaves, gently wipe them off. If you like the look of shiny leaves, lightly spray leaf polish or diluted summer oil on the top surface only; you don't need to wipe the leaves."

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moosmom
Answered on September 5, 2011

u need to buy pokon or leave shine at home depot

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moosmom
Answered on September 5, 2011

depends on what is actually on the leaves, u can use soap and water or glass cleaner for grease but this has to be wiped off and rinsed with water.some plants put out a protective coating and the leaves will look dull.rubber trees do this. what removes this coating is a product called pokon or leaf shine. u can usually get it at places like homedepot

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