How To Scent Sola Wood Flowers

Scented sola wood flowers are becoming immensely popular among brides, florists and many homeowners. They are an ideal alternative to potpourri and scented floral balls.

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Two Ways to Scent or Fragrance Sola Wood Flowers

Sola wood flowers are an excellent material to scent because the raw material, that is shola, is a type of wood that allows fragrances to easily infuse through them.

Method 1: Use Eye Dropper

First, we get our sola flowers and our choice of scent or fragrance oil. Using an eye dropper, drip one or two drops of fragrance oil to a bloom. If you are scenting a whole arrangement or bouquet, feel free to drop a few more. Make sure not to overdo it. Faint floral whiff is much more soothing than an overpowering scent.

When done, leave the flowers undisturbed for a few minutes. This will help the fragrance to efficiently permeate through the flowers. If you feel that the fragrance of the flowers is fading after using it for a few days, then repeat the above process.

Method 2: Use Spray Bottle

Just as you would use perfume, spray the flowers with fragrance oil. If you are using concentrated oil, we need to dilute it with water. Add your chosen scent to a small spray bottle.  Add a little water, shake, and then spray on your wood flowers. Feel free to recharge by spraying it some more whenever the smell fades.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Does fragrance oil discolor the flowers?

Our brand of fragrance oil does not stain the sola wood flowers. If you are worried that the scents you bought may have a different effect, drop the oil in between the petals or at the bottom.

2. How long will the fragrance oil last?

The average shelf life of fragrance oil is about one year especially if you frequently open it. For best results, we suggest purchasing only enough fragrance that you will use within 6 months to a year.

3. How long does the fragrance oil stay on the flowers?

Purchase our fragrance oils and apply them directly to sola flowers for scents that last from 3-6 months.

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