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Are freeze-dried flowers treated with chemicals?

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Are freeze-dried flowers treated with chemicals?

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Yes, pre-treatments are used to enhance color retention, prevent ultra-violet damage, and provide durability as well as shatter resistance. Post-treatments with polymers prevent moisture reentry and give flexibility. On a few occasions, color enhancer’s are utilized. None of these chemicals are harmful once they dry.

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