Cleaning genuine mink fur coats and glazing furs at home
Asked by: jujufurs-ga
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23 Mar 2004 00:45 PST
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Question ID: 319481
I sell furs and would like to know how to clean real mink furs and also how to glaze them so they look glossy and shiny. What supplies do I need, instructions for use, and where do I obtain the supplies and instructions? I want to do my own cleaning and glazing at my home to save furrier's high fees. Thank you very much.
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Re: Cleaning genuine mink fur coats and glazing furs at home
From: pinkfreud-ga on 23 Mar 2004 09:36 PST
"Fur cleaning is performed by hand using a fine powder which consists of a mixture of ground walnut shells and corn cobs. This powder has a very mild cleaning agent added to it and is delicately rubbed into the fur. The powder removes dirt and excess oil from the coat. This 200-year-old process is the safest and most efficient way of cleaning your garment. Glazing is a process of bringing out the natural luster and sheen of fur after it has been cleaned. The process involves a technical form of steaming and ironing that will vary with each type of fur." http://www.bondfurs.com/services.htm Here are some details about the cleaning process: http://www.furs.com/furcare/process.html
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