All women dream of a beautiful mink coat. It allows not only to be warm, but also to look spectacular. But do not forget that you need to take care of a fur coat. Cleaning it must be approached with complete seriousness, as one incorrect movement can ruin the product. Many believe that this procedure should not be carried out at home. There are several ways that quickly and efficiently remove yellowness and unwanted contaminants.
Attention! Flour and starch are not suitable for this type of cleaning! They will clog in the villi of the fur and swell when exposed to water. This will definitely ruin your product.
Wet cleaning with shampoos
This method is perfect for more serious pollution. In warm water you need to add a good shampoo and mix until foam. After that, this foam must be applied to the fur with a cotton pad and rub a little. Then wash off the remaining foam with clean warm water and dry the fur with a napkin. In the same way, you can use vinegar with peroxide, but here you should be careful.
Next, the lining is cleaned with a sponge and soap solution. Gently rub the soap solution into the lining. Then it must be washed with clean water and dried with a napkin.
What should not be done when cleaning fur products
Errors when cleaning the fur are made quite often. One of the worst mistakes is to clean the fur coat with powder and soap. For cleaning, you can use only foam, but in no case should you rub the product with soap and even more so, fill it with powder. The powder will definitely get stuck in the villi and it will be difficult to remove with a brush.
The use of flour and starch when cleaning stains is also a popular mistake. Thus, some try to replace talc or semolina, but this method is not suitable. Flour and starch remain on the villi. Then, when water or snow gets in, they swell. It will be difficult to get rid of this problem, therefore it is better not to make such mistakes.
All girls love to look beautiful in fur coats, but do not forget that such things need to be looked after. Otherwise, they quickly deteriorate.