|Posted by youbadguys on April 15, 2013 at 1:55 AM||comments (0)|
If you need to clean yours sheepskin jackets or coats, use approved non-enzyme cleaner. I recommend using Sheepskin Shampoo. For stubborn dirt, presoak item in Sheepskin Shampoo for 20 minutes. I do not recommend use any kinds of laundry detergents. Wash on a gentle cycle with lukewarm water (do not exceed 100 degrees Fahrenheit). Rinse thoroughly then add a good wool conditioner like Sheepskin Fleece Fluff to the final rinse to soften the leather side and condition the wool. Then rinse again and spin dry.
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Dry naturally away from heat. Flex skin while drying to soften leather side, then brush to restore wool pile. Note that skin shrinkage of 8% to 10% may occur and is normal. The leather side may become stiff after washing so massage the leather side to soften the skin again.
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For long black wool or dark colored clothes, or any items trimmed with long black wool: I do not recommend machine washing dark colored pelts or items with black trim, as color bleeding may occur. I do recommend hand washing with Sheepskin Shampoo or dry-cleaning. Colors, except black, that are also unlined on the back of the pelt are hand or machine washable with approved soap. (Please note that those factors: exposure to heat and light, wear and tear on item, age, hardness or softness of water used, temperature of water used, natural variations in the product, etc.)
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Care for Non-Washable Sheepskin Jackets and Coats: periodically, brush wool pile with a wire brush and shake skin as needed or vacuum with attachment only. Use all purpose sheepskin cleaner & protector to surface clean. Lightly spray the sheepskin side (holding the bottle about 12 inches away) to add protection against dirt, and then allow to dry.
|Posted by youbadguys on April 6, 2013 at 4:25 AM||comments (0)|
Before talking about this question, we should learn about the definition of sheepskin at first. Here is the explanation from Wikipedia: Sheepskin is the hide of a sheep, sometimes also called lambskin. Unlike common leather, sheepskin is tanned with the fleece intact, as in a pelt. And for sheepskin jackets and coats, are clothes made by sheepskin!
Which is known to all that mainland of Europe are temperate maritime climate, one in which there aren't extremely hot or extremely cold temperatures. And one of the finest weather on earth, so that human beings and animals live in this place are all pleasant and comfortable! But for UK and Ireland, separated from Europe land and influenced by ocean more than land, cause extremely cold temperature in winter. And the sheep (lamb) are all around England, so when stepping into winter, sheepskin became the most common used material for clothes. And this is why some sheepskin coats and jackets and pretty popular in UK!
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Actually sheepskin is used to produce sheepskin leather products and soft wool-lined clothing or coverings all over the world. And in Oceania, sheepskin is the main material for produce footwear, because Oceania is also the place of origin best quality sheepskin.
In UK, there are so many different styles coats and jackets nowadays, all designed by latest fashion designers. And those designers create some new types of funky coats like: soft shell shearling coats, sheepskin leather jackets, sheepskin long coats, and the most popular style can be the vintage sheepskin coats. A classical country needs some never out of fashion style clothes!