For Fleece:To keep your fleece looking best, wash using cold or lukewarm water and powdered soap and allow to drip dry. If powdered soap is not available, you may use liquid soap, but be sure to add it to the water and not directly to the fleece. Fleece items are hydrophobic and dry very quickly on their own. There is no need to put fleece in the dryer, just hang them and allow to dry.
For Furs:Try your best not to get the fur dirty. If you do have to wash it, hand wash with a gentle soap (such as Woolite©) and allow to drip dry. It is very, very important that you do not attempt to dry fur in a dryer. Faux fur is made of thin strands of acrylic and is easily damaged by heat. For best results we recommend hang drying these articles.
For Leather:If the surface is dirty, rinse with clean water and wipe excess water away with a dry cloth. Make sure leather dries completely so it will not mold. Leather shine products (such as Mink Oil) should be applied periodically to keep the leather from drying out. If our leather products are properly cared for they will last for many years.
For Acrylic:Rinse with lukewarm water and hand soap and pat dry, then wipe the surface clean with a microfiber lens cloth as needed.
Avoid contact with excess moisture or liquids. Be gentle when making adjustments or handling moving parts.
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