Monstera Adansonii Brown leaves- Heat shock


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Hi,
I have recently purchased a monstera adansonii. It was reduced as the plant has suffered some heat shock in a cold shop and some of the leaves are browning/yellow and crispy. What is the best way to get this plant healthy and thriving again?
Do I need to completely cut off all leaves that have damage on them?

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I hope this comprehensive care guide is all you need to acquire the care taking tips and tricks.

Cheese Plant (Monstera Deliciosa) Indoor Care Guide​

Swiss Cheese Plant (Monstera deliciosa) is an epiphytic tropical vine with large, distinctive leaves. The leaves are green and heart-shaped, with deep furrows running along their length. The plant produces edible fruits that smell like a combination of pineapples and bananas. Although the vines can climb as high as 20 feet, 8 to 12 feet is their limit when grown indoors. It is native to regions of Mexico and Panama.


 

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