Caring for the concrete paper plant pots
On its own, concrete is porous and prefers to remain dry. The Revitalise plant pots are sealed with a sealer specifically for porous surfaces however, they are best suited for indoor use and succulent plants that require little watering. Or, if you would like to pot a thirstier plant, line the plant pot with a plastic liner. Repurpose plastic packaging you already have at home.
Caring for the concrete paper trays
The Reviatlise tray is intended for use as a decorative piece, however, if you would like to use it as a tabletop tray, then gently wipe away any spills immediately to ensure the tray doesn’t discolour. The trays are also sealed with a sealer specifically for porous surfaces, and you will need to apply a sealer every year to ensure it’s protected for use as a tabletop tray.
This sealer here* is recommended.
Christmas wrapping paper and junk mail have been given a new lease of life! And there is a satisfaction in re-pulping the paper myself for a new purpose, combining and moulding the mixture by hand and pushing how far it can be taken as a decorative structure. I’m still experimenting so expect to see more designs added to the collection.
So if you see a little piece of coloured paper in the pot, you can take some joy in knowing there is history behind it, it's likely an ecstatic little person on Christmas morning ripped that paper off a gift hurriedly, and now it’s in your home making more memories.
I hope you enjoy the Revitalise collection. I’d love for you to share a photo of a Revitalise piece in your home on Instagram or Facebook, tag @fablyhomedecor.
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