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Full Service Fur Salon


  • Fur Care


    DO store your furs in cold storage when you are done wearing them for the season or not using them. Temperature and humidity controlled storage protects fur, keeping it from drying out, oxidizing and prematurely aging.

    DO have your fur cleaned annually, never a dry cleaner. Your fur may not look dirty but it’s important to remove airborne particles, dust and dirt and keep it soft.

    DO store your furs in cold storage when you are done wearing them for the season or not using them. Temperature and humidity controlled storage protects fur, keeping it from drying out, oxidizing and prematurely aging.

    DO have small rips or tears repaired immediately. This will prevent more expensive repairs later.

    DOhang your fur on a broad-shoulder hanger, never a wire hanger. Allow enough space so that your fur is not crushed.

    DON'Thang your furs in bags of any type. Plastic or rubber-lined bags prevent air from circulating and can cause your garment to dry out.

    DON'Tlet fur get wet. If you do, shake it out and hang to dry in a well-ventilated room. Avoid direct heat which can damage both fur and leather.

    DON'Tspray perfume, hairspray and other chemicals on your fur. The alcohol content in these products will stiffen guard hairs and dry leather.

    DON'Tstore fur in a cedar closet or with moth balls. Cedar absorbs moisture which can dry out your fur. Moth balls react with moisture in the air and produce a gas that acts as a fumigant and can cause irreparable damage to your fur (not to mention the lingering odor.)

    DON'Tstore your fur in a freezer! Freezing causes the garment to contract - and when it thaws, the garment expands causing stress on every seam and serious damage.