The Moss Frames are essentially 100% natural products which are preserved. The main thing to remember is that they should not come in contact with water or sun!
The moss frames are meant for indoor use ONLY. Do not hang them in balconies or areas where there is sunlight. Hang them in a fully shaded area for increased longevity. A cool & a dry room having air conditioner would be the perfect place for these frames. As these moss frames are preserved with humidity, it also does not require water! Make sure it does not come in contact with water under any circumstances!
Incase of excess humidity, there are times when a few leaves might get a little fungus on them. Dip a clean soft cloth in alcohol and rub it slowly and gently on top of the fungus for it to be removed. For dust settling on top of the moss, use a light brush to shake it out of the moss. Don't use force on it as the dust is collected only on the top layer of the moss.
If your frame is kept near a window or a place where it gets light from, it might dry up a little in a couple of years. Use a mixture of 70% water and 30% glycerine and spray a little of it on top of the dried moss. This will refurbish the moss with the humidity it requires to stay fresh.
Bring home the auspicious symbols of "Swastik" and install above the main door - the center of the door frame, inside & outside (back to back) for protection from negative energies and also to energize the entrances so that positive energies flow into the property.
As per Vastushastra if the main door is not ideally positioned, the installation of auspicious symbols would help to neutralize the ill-effects and negativity.
Swastik represents the power of the Supreme Being that removes obstacles and ensures success in all projects and endeavors.
The four arms of Swastik stand for : four main directions: North, South, East, West; the four Vedas: Rig, Sama, Yajur and Atharva; the four aims of human life called purusharthas in Sanskrit: Dharma (to uphold concepts of duty, rights, religion and morally appropriate behavior), Arth (acquiring wealth); Kama (fulfilling desires); and finally Moksha (liberation from this earthly life.)
Swastika, regarded as the symbol of the "Lord Ganesh", the lines on both side indicates the "Riddhi" and "Siddhi".
Care Instructions :
Do NOT water the moss
Keep in Semi or Complete Shade. Direct sunlight will fade the color of the moss.
Size : 24" x 12"
Material for Frame : Raw Wood
Moss : Preserved Reindeer Dyed Moss
*Please Note : This product should not come in contact with water or direct sun.