Breathing. Hang your fur garment on a broad shouldered or padded hanger, allowing it to hang freely. Do not use a wire hanger it can transform the fur. Do not store in a garment bag of synthetic material – it cannot breathe. Direct sunlight may cause fur color to fade.
Fur adapts perfectly to snow and rain, yes for all the kinds of fur except genuine chinchilla fur. No rain, no snow are welcome. If it happens, the fur can recover. What you need to do is to shake your wet fur garment and hang it up in a dry, well ventilated room. Air dryer is a huge plus at this situation because it helps to take the wet from the room and the coat, too. Avoid direct heat sources since high temperatures will damage both fur and leather. Once the fur is dry, shake it again and again.
During warm weather, or if you don’t need your fur for an extended period of time, store your fur with a professional furrier or fur storage facility, where it will be kept under optimal conditions. If you prefer to store your fur at home, choose a dry,dark, cool, well ventilated room.
Depending on how often you use your fur, have it cleaned by a professional fur cleaner, once a year. With proper care, your fur will retain its look for decades.
Fur travels easily. Our advice is to put it into a vacuum bag and take the air out of it. It will save lots of place in your suitcase and it will be safe while travelling. After you reach your destination just simply shake it well and hang it on a wide clothes hanger.
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