|Allow your garment proper
space in your closet. Never keep your fur in a plastic
bag. Your fur requires proper air circulation; Use
a cloth bag when traveling or transporting your
fur to and from storage.
The smell of both moth and cedar balls often adheres
to fur and create unpleasant odors. Proper conditioning
will remove most odors.
Do not sit too long on your fur garment, as this
may lead to the crushing. Refrain from excessive
use of shoulder straps while wearing your fur, as
too will lead to pre-mature wear.
If your fur gets wet, shake it off and let dry naturally.
Using heat can cause both fur and leather to dry
out. If your fur gets soaked it needs special attention!
Be sure to have proper annual care including cleaning.
This process replenishes essential oils necessary
for the longevity of of your fur. Mend any small
tears immediately. Often times delaying a repair
to an expensive replacement of pelts.
Your furs, leathers, shearlings and fine outerwear
will provide you years of enjoyable wear when they
are professionally conditioned and stored. Each
spring store your garments in a temperature and
humidity-controlled vault. Keep your garments away
from heat , home humidity and moths.