When decorating the atmosphere for Christmas, a beautiful Christmas tree is essential. But many people buy simulated plastic Christmas trees and don't know how to assemble them correctly. Below, we will teach you how to assemble Christmas trees correctly.
Christmas tree installation segmentation
Christmas tree segmentation
Many Christmas trees purchased in the mall are unpacked and packaged in a large cardboard box. A Christmas tree is usually divided into three sections and a tree foot, with sections below 1.2 meters divided into two sections, including: folded tree foot, tree head, middle section of tree body, and tree top. When we install, we need to connect and organize these scattered accessories.
Install Christmas tree feet
Install tree feet
First, take out the foot of the Christmas tree and fix it with screws. Place it steadily on the ground. Christmas trees below 1.2 meters generally use plastic tree feet, which can be fixed with three forks. Christmas trees above 1.2 meters mostly use clothes hanger folding iron tree feet. Open the clothes hanger tree rack, insert the bottom section of the tree head into the tree foot, and then tighten the fixing screws. Spread the branches and leaves of the tree head evenly outwards
Christmas tree installation process
Middle section tree body connection
Insert the protruding tree stem from the middle section of the tree into the sleeve hole at the top of the fixed tree head, connect it, and then rotate it tightly to make the connection between these two parts more secure. Then, evenly open the branches and leaves of the tree body.
How to install a Christmas tree
Top Tree Head Connection
Insert the protruding tree stem from the top of the tree into the fixed hole on the upper part of the tree body. This hole is usually square in design, different from the bottom hole, and then evenly open the top branches and leaves of the tree.
Organize and install the Christmas tree
Organize the branches and leaves. When assembling, the branches and leaves have already been opened outward, but this is not enough, and more detailed branch and leaf organization is needed. Because trees are collected and packaged in cardboard boxes, the leaves will be compressed and need to be reorganized to make the branches and leaves naturally stretch and make people feel comfortable to see. When organizing branches and leaves, they can be arranged according to each person's preferences. The commonly used method is to cross them up and down, slightly upwards, giving a sense of prosperity. After fully unfolding the branches and leaves, a plump and beautiful Christmas tree appears before your eyes.