Rules for storing fur products

1. Furs must be protected from strong direct sunlight and light. Otherwise, they tend to harden and become brittle. If you want to dehumidify and sterilise your fur, you must not take it for granted that it will be exposed to the sun.
2. Piles of fur coats need space so that the fur can "breathe" properly and should not be rubbed or squeezed to prevent distortion. To do this, make sure you have enough separate space in your wardrobe for hanging, and don't hang items of other colours near the product, let alone try to stack them.
3. Furs also need sufficient oxygen to "breathe". Therefore, it is forbidden to store furs in plastic bags or vacuum bags. The fur coat will begin to "wrinkle" as it is "suffocated".
4. In winter, when not wearing a fur coat, it is best to leave it on the balcony in the shade for a few hours and then hang it in the cold. In summer, it is necessary to regularly remove the fur coat from the cupboard and shake it out, as fur traders do to turn over the coffers.
5. The fur coat must be hung on a hanger. It must never be folded, as this will permanently distort it at the fold and leave creases.


6. A fur coat on a hanger should be secured with all buttons, hooks or zips, otherwise the fur will stretch in places due to its own weight and the fur coat itself may slip off the hanger, causing distortion.
7. Take care to protect against insects, moths and animals (cats, dogs).
8. The main piece of equipment to protect the coat from pollution, dust, light and insects is the hood used to store the fur coat.
9. It can be stored in the old-fashioned way, for example in scented bags, cloth bags with black pepper or lavender to ward off moths.
10. It would be better if it could be stored in a metal cabinet, which costs as much as a fur coat.
11. In terms of value for money, the best option for storing a fur coat is to buy a special protective cover, which is both cheaper and more affordable.

Post time: Jun-26-2023