How to clean
Your Real Fur Parka
Cleaning your fur can seem quite onerous if you do not know how to go about it. Here are 5 Steps on how to clean your fur by yourself.
How to Clean Real Fur in 5 Steps
Shake the fur carefully to remove any dirt or debris that has settled onto the coat
Hang the fur properly, preferably on a broad, padded hanger to keep the garment shoulders from losing their shape.
Using a brush with soft bristles, brush the fur gently while it hangs.
Remove any light stains by using a homemade solution
Rub the stain gently with a white cloth and allow it to dry.
Get a Professional
Your real fur may not look dirty but it needs
freshening nonetheless to remove small abrasive
dirt particles and chemicals.
It is also the ideal opportunity for your professional
real fur cleaner to spot-check for any necessary
repairs - before minor problems become more serious.
You may consider taking your real fur Parka to a
furrier for glazing if you find that it needs to be
refreshed. Glazing is a process that replenishes
oils to maintain a furs longevity.
We recommend this every 2-3 years for a lasting,
lovely fur experience all year around!
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