2.Never hang your fur in a plastic bag, as plastic prevents air from circulating, which can dry out the leather. Instead, store your fur in a cloth garment bag.
3.If your fur gets wet, shake it out and hang it to dry in a well-ventilated room. If the fur is soaked through, take it immediately to a specialized fur cleaner.
4.Avoid direct heat or radiators, which can damage both fur and leather.
5.Avoid spraying perfume or hairspray onto your fur, this can dry and damage the pelt.
6.The best way to store your fur during warm weather is with a specialized storage facility equipped with temperature, humidity and light-controls to protect your fur.
7.Have your fur cleaned annually by a fur specialist.
8.Avoid leaving a fur hanging in bright sunshine. Intense light can cause the fur to oxidize or change color over time.
9.Make sure your garment is insured either under your house policy or with your furrier.
10.As a renewable product, be sure to discuss updating and changes with an experienced furrier. This is one garment that can look better than new with updated designs and good technical expertise. You will see that your fur garment is a warm and wise investment for years to come.
Fur is GREEN