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Decorating Artificial Unlit Christmas Trees

Artificial Unlit Christmas TreesSafety first when decorating artificial unlit Christmas trees: when you plug too many lit strands into one extension cord or wall outlet, a large amount of electrical power is created. If you are lighting an artificial unlit Christmas tree that is in sections light each section separately starting at the bottom of the Christmas tree and working your way to the top. For unlit Christmas trees with no sections begin at the top of the Christmas tree and work your way down.

Unlit artificial Christmas trees let you enjoy the custom of adorning and lighting your tree with your family. Our unlit selection is perfect for rooms and homes of all dimensions, with an assortment of sizes available online from under six feet to as tall as 24 feet. Some styles of unlit Christmas trees feature a decorative dusting of frost and bunches of berries, for the best natural look. Our artificial Christmas trees are non-allergenic and flame-resistant, and are made of quality fade- and crush-proof polyvinyl material, making them safe for all kinds of homes.  While prelit artificial trees have become trendy, there is still a good supply of unlit Christmas trees available online at lowest prices.

Last updated on July 27, 2017 7:34 pm

What Do You Know About Xmas Trees?

 The standard ceiling is 7’8” so the ideal size artificial Xmas trees and the most popular is a 7½-foot. Slim artificial trees work great in foyers and small rooms, while fuller and wider trees should be used in medium to large size rooms. All our Christmas trees are easy to assemble. Disassembly at the end of the Christmas season is also easy. The styles change to some extent every year, but Nikko Fir Christmas trees are a consistent hot seller.

 

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