To ensure the beauty of your artificial Christmas trees is maintained, it's imperative to store your tree correctly. To prevent any damage, make sure you store your tree in a cool, dry place. We recommend using the original box to keep your tree in excellent condition for years to come.
Note: Any damage caused by improper storage conditions, such as excessive heat or humidity, is not covered by the warranty of your tree.
- Carefully remove all the lights and Christmas decorations from your tree. Ensure to unplug the lights.
- Consider moving the storage box and tree sections to your final storage location.
Caution: This step is to minimize heavy lifting. Heavy lifting can cause muscle strain and back injury. Should you need to move your tree box, be sure to use proper lifting techniques when moving.
- Flatten each tree section so that it will fit more readily into your storage box.
- Be sure to store your tree in a cool, dry location to prevent it from acquiring a musty odor while in storage.
Insider's Tip: As an extra precaution to eliminate the chances of your tree acquiring a musty odor, store the tree with a container of baking soda. The baking soda will absorb excess moisture and odors and leave your tree smelling much fresher.