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Use & Care
First, we should again highlight that fur is the much-bellowed gift of the natural mother. Therefore, we as humans must respect this self-expression and endless passion and know how to use and care!
Select the Proper Hanger
To prevent the sleeves from losing their shape, hang your fur coat on a large, solid, padded hanger. The hanger's neck ought to be long enough just to keep the coat's collar far first from the hanging rod.
Stains should be avoided.
Putting a scarf across your collar underneath your coat will keep body lotion and makeup from staining the collar of your coat. When wearing your coat, avoid using spray or perfume: Most brands' formulas contain ethanol, which can cause the hides to dry out. Certain oils inside the products may permeate the fur and develop over time.
Jewellery, such as a brooch, should not be left applied to your coat since it may mat the fur. Use a shoulder bag sparingly when wearing your coat; it might eventually wear the fur and produce a bald spot
Dust Protection for Fur
Unless you wear your fur each day, use a 100% linen bag to prevent dust out of it. Do not place the fur in a non-breathable plastic bag since it requires air movement to protect the hide from withering out and breaking.
Remove Excess Moisture
If you are trapped in a mild rain or snow, gently shake the fur out to eliminate quite as much as possible water. Dry it in a well-ventilated area. Avoid using a blow dryer, tumble dryer, or any other hard heating on the fur. Shake it again after it has dried to puff the fur. Do not comb or brush the fur; merely smooth it with your palm.