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A Guide to Keeping Your Fur Coat Clean

There’s a lot you’ll need to know once you take on fur coat ownership, especially when it comes to how to take care of real fur. While certainly gorgeous, these decadent pieces of fur apparel are also quite high maintenance! It will be on you to learn how to care for them in all the […]

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Fur Glazing: What It Is, and How It Helps Your Fur Shine!

Upon hearing the word “glazing,” most of us are likely to think of a freshly baked donut or a succulent baked ham. You may be surprised to learn glazing also applies to the fur industry! As you’ve likely already guessed, the process doesn’t involve your coat being coated in a thick layer of sugar. Instead […]

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Could Fur and Leather Be the Newest, Trendiest Combo?

Since the dawn of apparel, fashion lovers have searched and strived for new and interesting ways to wear their clothes. With fur undergoing a revival this decade, it’s undoubtedly been on the list of several fashionistas across the world and has starred in numerous unique combinations. One of the best and latest we’ve come across […]

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Getting Your Fur Coat Clean: An Emergency Guide

You’re wearing your favorite real fur coat and it becomes soiled. You may have spilled something on it or it may simply be dusty or dirty. While you would typically throw your laundry into your washer and dryer, this isn’t the right choice when it comes to your real furs. Thankfully, there is an option. […]

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How to Take Care of Real Fur: Your Guide to Cleaning, Conditioning and Professional Fur Storage

When you invest in fur coats and other fur items, you need to know how to take care of real fur to ensure you protect your investment and keep your furs looking fabulous for as long as possible. Unfortunately, one of the biggest issues people have is they think they can treat their real furs […]

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How to Take Care of Your Fabulous Fur Jacket

When you invest in a real fur jacket, it’s important to make sure you know how to take care of real fur to protect your investment. Many people think buying a fur jacket is the same as buying a coat made from any other type of material. This means they may not take good care […]

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How to Keep Your Real Fur Coat Looking Elegant and Luxurious

When you have a real fur coat, you likely spent a lot of money on something you expect to last. Like most other items, it’s important to know how to take care of real fur to ensure it doesn’t wear out prematurely. Because real fur is so different from the other materials from which other […]

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Why It’s So Important to Clean and Condition Your Fur Coat

Fur coats can be beautiful additions to your winter wardrobe. However, fur cleaning isn’t the same as throwing your other winter coats into the washing machine or taking it in for dry cleaning. Professional fur coat cleaning is a necessity to ensure your fur is properly protected and the natural oils of the pelt aren’t […]

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When Is the Best Time to Professionally Clean Your Real Fur Coat?

When you wear a winter coat made from man-made or other natural materials, you will be able to throw it in your washing machine or take it to your local dry cleaners whenever it gets dirty. Unfortunately, a real fur coat can’t be cleaned in this manner. If you attempt to clean it yourself or […]

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