Do you use sugar water for a Christmas tree?
Also question is, should I give my Christmas tree sugar water?
Make sure your Christmas tree always has enough water. Even though you've heard people talk about adding things like bleach, corn syrup, aspirin, and sugar to the water, tree preservatives and additives are probably unnecessary. Most experts agree that plenty of plain water is all you need to keep a tree fresh.
Similarly, what do you do with a wet Christmas tree? If the tree is frozen or has ice on the branches or is wet in any way, thaw it out slowly and allow it to drip dry. You can then bring it in the house still "gift wrapped", this will protect the tree from damage caused by brushing up against walls and door jams.
Also question is, what do I mix with Christmas tree water?
Jar 5: Tree Freshening mixture: 1 quart of water with a half-cup of light corn syrup dissolved in it, 1 teaspoon of white vinegar* and 1 teaspoon bleach.
Do you put aspirin in Christmas tree water?
A: Do not add molasses, sugar, soft drinks, aspirin or commercial products to the water. Additives provide no real benefit. The keys to keeping a Christmas tree fresh are to place the tree away from any heat sources (fireplace, heater, radiator, etc.) and keep the tree reservoir full of water.