Materials that make Real-Touch Flowers

These Real-Touch artificial flowers are crafted from high-quality materials such as latex, silicone, and PVC to provide an authentic and durable appearance.


 Latex is used to create realistic artificial flowers by applying a liquid polymer to synthetic fabric. This process begins with a material that resembles natural latex and is often used in home decor, weddings, and events.


Silicone is a synthetic material that combines the properties of rubber and plastic polymer. It is molded into flower shapes without the use of fabric. As a result, it is unlikely to be toxic.


Polyurethane, or PU, is a type of plastic/rubber that is highly versatile, flexible, and adaptable. If you want a natural look and feel, consider using Polyurethane (PU) foam instead of silk. It's a safe and sustainable option that is not toxic. However, it can be sensitive to excessive sunlight and humidity.


Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) is becoming a popular alternative to polyurethane (PU) due to its superior durability and strength. PVC is also more resilient when exposed to natural elements.


3D printing is ideal for creating intricate floral petals, but it generates significant waste during the cutting process. As a result, the final product can be more expensive, but it is incredibly realistic.