Washing: Avoid washing fur unless absolutely necessary. If there's a stain, promptly clean it with a mild detergent and a damp cloth. If washing cannot be avoided, seek professional fur cleaning services. Some professional furriers have the techniques and experience to clean and preserve fur properly.
Bleaching: It is not recommended to bleach fur as it may damage the natural fur fibers and color. Always seek advice from an expert or someone experienced before attempting to bleach fur.
Drying: After cleaning any wet spots, use a clean, dry towel to gently pat the damp area. Hang the fur in a well-ventilated area, away from direct sunlight or heat sources, to air dry naturally. This helps prevent damage to delicate fur fibers.
Ironing: Avoid using an iron on fur as the heat can damage the delicate fur hairs. To prevent wrinkles and creases, store fur properly.
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