Allow your fur coat or other garments 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.

Use a soft bristle brush to gently brush the fur. Work in a small area and work slowly. If fibers come out, then you are brushing too hard. When you are finished, wipe down the area with a clean, white damp cloth dampened and allow to air dry.

If you get something on your fur, dab it with a damp cloth and let dry naturally.

Store away from sunlight or bright light to avoid fading and avoid spraying perfume or chemicals directly on the fur.

Knowing how to care for your fur if it gets wet is important. If the rain or snow is light and your fur coat isn't very wet, all you need to do is shake it out and hang it where it can air dry. A light rain or snow won't have a big impact on your garment. If your fur has been soaked through, however, take it immediately to your dry cleaner for proper treatment.

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