What is a good sprayer to use for misting houseplants?
The Flit-gun type sprayer delivers a fine mist adequate for providing humidity but not for dislodging insects. Sprayers with a nozzle that pumps up and down and the bulb-type that works when you squeeze a rubber bulb produce harder streams. Any of these are fine for misting a small number of plants, but if you have a lot of plants, a pressure sprayer like that used in the garden is easier and also does a better all-round job. Whatever sprayer you use, it’s a good idea—if you value the appearance of your house—to set the plants in a sink or tub before misting them. Leave them there until the foliage dries.
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