Care & Maintenance

Instructions to care, clean and store genuine sheepskin products.

RUG

Just like any carpet and mat, you need to take care of your sheepskin rug. Click here for some basic cleaning and maintenance instructions that we always recommend to customers.

ACCENT DECOR

Sheepskin pillow, bean bag, pouf, footstool and cushion, as home accent, need to be cleaned on occasion. Click here for cleaning and maintaining tips.

SEAT COVER

When cared for properly, quality shearling seat covers can be a luxurious, lifelong investment in comfort and style. Basic care rules are as simple as here.

BABY CARE

Sheepskins for baby products need to be cleaned more often, so they’re designed to be easily cleaned. Learn how to clean here with a few methods available to you.

RUG

Just like any carpet and mat, you need to take care of your sheepskin rug. Click here for some basic cleaning and maintenance instructions that we always recommend to customers.

ACCENT DECOR

Sheepskin pillow, bean bag, pouf, footstool and cushion, as home accent, need to be cleaned on occasion. Click here for cleaning and maintaining tips.

SEAT COVER

When cared for properly, quality shearling seat covers can be a luxurious, lifelong investment in comfort and style. Basic care rules are as simple as here.

BABY CARE

Sheepskins for baby products need to be cleaned more often, so they’re designed to be easily cleaned. Learn how to clean here with a few methods available to you.

RUG

Just like any carpet and mat, you need to take care of your sheepskin rug. Click here for some basic cleaning and maintenance instructions that we always recommend to customers.

ACCENT DECOR

Sheepskin pillow, bean bag, pouf, footstool and cushion, as home accent, need to be cleaned on occasion. Click here for cleaning and maintaining tips.

SEAT COVER

When cared for properly, quality shearling seat covers can be a luxurious, lifelong investment in comfort and style. Basic care rules are as simple as here.

BABY CARE

Sheepskins for baby products need to be cleaned more often, so they’re designed to be easily cleaned. Learn how to clean here with a few methods available to you.

MEDICAL

Sheepskins for medical products need to be cleaned more often, so they’re designed to be washable. Learn how to clean here with a few methods available to you.

ACCESSORIES

Sheepskin accessories are valuable because they are reusable by simple clean. See here some tips to clean and wash lambswool roller and duster.

FOOTWEAR

Genuine sheepskin footwear should be hand-cleaned and never tossed in a washer. Click here for some ways to tackle different types of stains and keep your shoes looking better longer.

GARMENT

When cared for properly, a quality sheepskin garment can be a luxurious, lifelong investment in comfort and style. See here for simple basic care rules.

MEDICAL

Sheepskins for medical products need to be cleaned more often, so they’re designed to be washable. Learn how to clean here with a few methods available to you.

ACCESSORIES

Sheepskin accessories are valuable because they are reusable by simple clean. See here some tips to clean and wash lambswool roller and duster.

FOOTWEAR

Genuine sheepskin footwear should be hand-cleaned and never tossed in a washer. Click here for some ways to tackle different types of stains and keep your shoes looking better longer.

GARMENT

When cared for properly, a quality sheepskin garment can be a luxurious, lifelong investment in comfort and style. See here for simple basic care rules.

MEDICAL

Sheepskins for medical products need to be cleaned more often, so they’re designed to be washable. Learn how to clean here with a few methods available to you.

ACCESSORIES

Sheepskin accessories are valuable because they are reusable by simple clean. See here some tips to clean and wash lambswool roller and duster.

FOOTWEAR

Genuine sheepskin footwear should be hand-cleaned and never tossed in a washer. Click here for some ways to tackle different types of stains and keep your shoes looking better longer.

GARMENT

When cared for properly, a quality sheepskin garment can be a luxurious, lifelong investment in comfort and style. See here for simple basic care rules.

How To Clean A Sheepskin Rug?

General Care

  • Regular brushing can help to keep sheepskin fibers straight, fluffy and standing upright.
  • Regular vigorous shaking of the product will help to maintain and restore the natural soft product appearance.
  • Products benefit from regular vacuuming on medium suction using standard nozzle attachment only.
  • Do not use rotating vacuum head attachment.

Dry cleaning

  • This product can be dry-cleaned.
  • We recommend using a service specialized in fur dry-cleaning.

Cleaning Agents

  • We recommend the use of NON ionic mild liquid detergents only.
  • Do not use non alkaline products.
  • Do not use products containing biological enzymes or bleach; these can react with the fibers and cause a permanent discoloration

Spot Cleaning By Hand

  • Spot clean using soft cloth.
  • Use warm water – no hotter than 95°F/35℃ in temperature.
  • Use specific cleaning agent for sheepskins.
  • Clean affected area using moist soft cloth in circular motion, starting on outside of area and working into center.
  • Using dry cloth to apply pressure and remove excess moisture.

Drying (When It Gets Wet)

Note!!  Excessive heat will cause hardening of leather and/or product shrinkage.

  • Products should be line or flat dried only.
  • Do not tumble dry.
  • Do not force dry.
  • Do not dry in direct sunlight.
  • Product should be pulled back into original size and shape while damp prior to drying.
  • We recommend brushing using a medium wire pet brush first while product damp and then again when completely dry to encourage the original fluffy appearance.
  • Air movement while drying is recommended.

Storage

  • Do not store a rug in a bag or box.
  • Do not wrap your rug in any sort non-breathable material. Sheepskin must be able to breathe; this ensures that your sheepskin rug will not dry out or be exposed to condensation.
  • Be sure to store rug in a cool, well ventilated area.
  • Do not store in direct sunlight or heat.

How To Clean Sheepskin Carpet / Pillow & Cushion Case/ Seat Pad & Chair Cover / Underlay ?

General Care

  • Regular brushing can help to keep sheepskin fibers straight, fluffy and standing upright.
  • Regular vigorous shaking of the product will help to maintain and restore the natural soft product appearance.
  • Products benefit from regular vacuuming on medium suction using standard nozzle attachment only.
  • Do not use rotating vacuum head attachment.

Dry cleaning

  • This product can be dry-cleaned.
  • We recommend using a service specialized in fur dry-cleaning.

Spot Cleaning By Hand

  • Spot clean using soft cloth.
  • Use warm water – no hotter than 95°F/35℃ in temperature.
  • Use specific cleaning agent for sheepskins; Do not bleach!
  • Clean affected area using moist soft cloth in circular motion, starting on outside of area and working into center.
  • Using dry cloth to apply pressure and remove excess moisture.

Drying (When It Gets Wet)

Note!!  Excessive heat will cause hardening of leather and/or product shrinkage.

  • Products should be line or flat dried only.
  • Do not tumble dry.
  • Do not force dry.
  • Do not dry in direct sunlight.
  • Product should be pulled back into original size and shape while damp prior to drying.
  • We recommend brushing using a medium wire pet brush first while product damp and then again when completely dry to encourage the original fluffy appearance.
  • Air movement while drying is recommended.

Storage

  • While products are not in use and require to be stored (loose or packaged), we recommend that they be kept in a cool airy position.
  • Avoid storage in direct sunlight.
  • Do not store in plastic packaging for any extended period as condensation and creasing may occur.
  • Fold/crease marks caused by storage or packaging will diminish over a period of time.

How To Clean Shearling Seat Cover?

Spot Cleaning Spills

  • Simply use cool water and a gentle dish detergent (such as clear liquid hand soap) on target areas.
  • Allow to air dry  – DO NOT use any direct heat source (such as a blow-dryer).
  • Brush the area when its dry as some matting may occur from the cleaning process.

Overall Cleaning Up After Years Of Usage

  • Dimply remove the seat covers.
  • Give them a good shaking outside in the fresh air.
  • Use cool water and a gentle dish detergent (such as clear liquid hand soap) to spot-clean any soiled areas.
  • Let dry out of direct sunlight.
  • When dry, toss sheepskin seat covers into the dryer and set on AIR FLUFF  – absolutely DO NOT use heat.
  • Toss in some tennis balls, air fluff for 15 minutes, open the dryer and clean the filter.
    Give them another 15-20 minutes on AIR FLUFF  – DO NOT use heat.
    Remove from the dryer and reinstall on your car seat.

How To Clean Shearling Baby Care Products?

General Care

  • Regular brushing can help to keep sheepskin fibers straight, fluffy and standing upright.
  • Regular vigorous shaking of the product will help to maintain and restore the natural soft product appearance.
  • Products benefit from regular vacuuming on medium suction using standard nozzle attachment only.
  • Do not use rotating vacuum head attachment.

Cleaning Agents

  • We recommend the use of NON ionic mild liquid detergents only.
  • Do not use non alkaline products.
  • Do not use products containing biological enzymes or bleach; these can react with the fibers and cause a permanent discoloration

Spot Cleaning By Hand

  • Spot clean using soft cloth.
  • Use warm water – no hotter than 95°F/35℃ in temperature.
  • Use specific cleaning agent for shearling; Do not bleach!
  • Clean affected area using moist soft cloth in circular motion, starting on outside of area and working into center.
  • Using dry cloth to apply pressure and remove excess moisture.

Complete Immersion by Hand

  • Products in light colors ONLY – we do NOT recommend complete immersion cleaning dark-colored products.
  • Complete immersion clean using cold or lukewarm water in maximum 95°F/35℃ temperature.
  • Use specific cleaning agent for shearling; Do not bleach!

Storage

  • While products are not in use and require to be stored (loose or packaged), we recommend that they be kept in a cool airy position.
  • Avoid storage in direct sunlight.
  • Do not store in plastic packaging for any extended period as condensation and creasing may occur.
  • Fold/crease marks caused by storage or packaging will diminish over a period of time.

How To Wash Medical Sheepskin?

General Care

  • Regular brushing can help to keep sheepskin fibers straight, fluffy and standing upright.
  • Regular vigorous shaking of the product will help to maintain and restore the natural soft product appearance.
  • Products benefit from regular vacuuming on medium suction using standard nozzle attachment only.
  • Do not use rotating vacuum head attachment.

Cleaning Agents

  • We recommend the use of NON ionic mild liquid detergents only.
  • Do not use non alkaline products.
  • Do not use products containing biological enzymes or bleach; these can react with the fibers and cause a permanent discoloration

Spot Cleaning By Hand

  • Spot clean using soft cloth.
  • Use warm water – no hotter than 95°F/35℃ in temperature.
  • Use specific cleaning agent for sheepskins; Do not bleach!
  • Clean affected area using moist soft cloth in circular motion, starting on outside of area and working into center.
  • Using dry cloth to apply pressure and remove excess moisture.

Complete Immersion by Hand

  • Complete immersion clean using cold or lukewarm water specially in maximum of 95°F/35℃ temperature for regular (cream) medical sheepskins.
  • Use specific cleaning agent for shearling; Do not bleach!

Machine Wash

  • Machine wash using cold or lukewarm water in maximum 95°F/35℃ temperature.
  • Water no hotter than 176°F/80℃ for hi-temp (green) medical sheepskins.
  • Use special sheepskin cleaning agent.

Storage

  • While products are not in use and require to be stored (loose or packaged), we recommend that they be kept in a cool airy position.
  • Avoid storage in direct sunlight.
  • Do not store in plastic packaging for any extended period as condensation and creasing may occur.
  • Fold/crease marks caused by storage or packaging will diminish over a period of time.

How To Clean Sheepskin Roller Cover / Duster?

To Clean Shearling Roller Cover

General Cleaning

  • Use up as much paint on your roller as possible. Roll the excess paint from your roller onto a disposable surface.
  • Remove paint from roller.

– LATEX PAINT –

  1. Wash latex paint from your roller with soapy water.
  2. Submerge the paint roller in a bucket of soapy water, swirl the roller around and squeeze excess paint from the roller with your hand.
  3. Empty the water, refill the bucket and repeat the process until the roller water rinses nearly clear.

– OIL-BASED PAINT –

  1. Clean oil-based paint from rollers with paint thinner.
  2. Wearing gloves to protect your hands, pour paint thinner into a clean paint tray, and roll the roller in the paint thinner several times.
  3. When mostly clean, submerge the roller in a bucket of warm, soapy water to clean it for reuse.
  • Hang or spin the roller to dry to keep it fluffy, do not squeeze. A roller with smashed nap may paint unevenly.
  • Never reuse damp roller covers. Reuse it until it’s completely dred.

Storage

  • Store the dried roller in a sealable plastic bag to keep it clean and dust-free for future use.
  • Store in a cool place.

To Clean Shearling Roller Cover

General Cleaning

  • Use up as much paint on your roller as possible. Roll the excess paint from your roller onto a disposable surface.
  • Remove paint from roller.

– LATEX PAINT –

  1. Wash latex paint from your roller with soapy water.
  2. Submerge the paint roller in a bucket of soapy water, swirl the roller around and squeeze excess paint from the roller with your hand.
  3. Empty the water, refill the bucket and repeat the process until the roller water rinses nearly clear.

– OIL-BASED PAINT –

  1. Clean oil-based paint from rollers with paint thinner.
  2. Wearing gloves to protect your hands, pour paint thinner into a clean paint tray, and roll the roller in the paint thinner several times.
  3. When mostly clean, submerge the roller in a bucket of warm, soapy water to clean it for reuse.
  • Hang or spin the roller to dry to keep it fluffy, do not squeeze. A roller with smashed nap may paint unevenly.
  • Never reuse damp roller covers. Reuse it until it’s completely dred.

Storage

  • Store the dried roller in a sealable plastic bag to keep it clean and dust-free for future use.
  • Store in a cool place.

To Clean Sheepskin Duster

General Cleaning

  1. Fill a sink with warm water and 2 tbsp. dish-wash detergent.
  2. Dip the duster repeatedly in the soapy water to break up and remove dust and dirt.
  3. Drain the sink.
  4. Rinse the duster with cold water.
  5. Wring the duster gently with your hands.
  6. Pour 1 tbsp. glycerin on the duster.
  7. Work the glycerin into the duster’s fibers to restore any oils washed away. Glycerin is available at pharmacy, homeware stores, retail stores and online shops.
  8. Place the duster on a large towel to air dry.
  9. Once dry, spin the duster with your hands to restore its original shape and fullness.

To Clean Sheepskin Duster

General Cleaning

  1. Fill a sink with warm water and 2 tbsp. dish-wash detergent.
  2. Dip the duster repeatedly in the soapy water to break up and remove dust and dirt.
  3. Drain the sink.
  4. Rinse the duster with cold water.
  5. Wring the duster gently with your hands.
  6. Pour 1 tbsp. glycerin on the duster.
  7. Work the glycerin into the duster’s fibers to restore any oils washed away. Glycerin is available at pharmacy, homeware stores, retail stores and online shops.
  8. Place the duster on a large towel to air dry.
  9. Once dry, spin the duster with your hands to restore its original shape and fullness.

Removing Heavy Buildup

  1. Vacuum the duster gently with vacuum cleaner’s brush attachment.
  2. Fill a sink with cold water and 1 cup mild laundry detergent geared toward washing delicate clothing.
  3. Place the duster into water and let it sit for 5 minutes to break up and remove any grime buildup.
  4. Move the duster around in the water for 1 minute.
  5. Drain the sink.
  6. Rinse the duster with cold water.
  7. Wring water from the duster gently.
  8. If grime is still present on the duster, repeat steps 2 to 7.
  9. Pour 1 tbsp. Glycerine on the duster.
  10. Work it into the duster’s fibers to restore oils washed from the duster.
  11. Place the duster on a large towel to air dry.
  12. Once dry, spin the duster with your hands to restore its original shape and fullness.

Removing Heavy Buildup

  1. Vacuum the duster gently with vacuum cleaner’s brush attachment.
  2. Fill a sink with cold water and 1 cup mild laundry detergent geared toward washing delicate clothing.
  3. Place the duster into water and let it sit for 5 minutes to break up and remove any grime buildup.
  4. Move the duster around in the water for 1 minute.
  5. Drain the sink.
  6. Rinse the duster with cold water.
  7. Wring water from the duster gently.
  8. If grime is still present on the duster, repeat steps 2 to 7.
  9. Pour 1 tbsp. Glycerine on the duster.
  10. Work it into the duster’s fibers to restore oils washed from the duster.
  11. Place the duster on a large towel to air dry.
  12. Once dry, spin the duster with your hands to restore its original shape and fullness.

How To Clean Shearling Boot / Slipper / Moccasin ?

Use special spray

Use suede brush

Overall Cleaning

  • Use detergents specially made for cleaning leather.
  • Follow the directions carefully and shampoo your shoes.
  • Allow to slowly air dry. NO HEAT!

To Remove Oily Stains

  • Cover the oily stain with a layer of baby powder or cornstarch and let it sit for at least 24 to 48 hours. The powder will absorb the oil.
  • Brush away the powder with an old toothbrush.
  • Repeat the procedure to get all of the oily stain off the suede.

Allow to air dry

Avoid heat

To Remove Water Stains

Note!! Excessive heat will cause hardening of leather and sunlight will cause fading and  “sunspot”.

  • When shoes get wet, use a white cloth or sponge dipped in clean, cold water and wet the footwear all over until they are evenly wet.
  • Do not soak.
  • stuff the damp shoes with a rolled white towel for shoes to hold their shape.
  • Don’t use a dark colored towel because dye might transfer.
  • Allow to air dry away from sunlight or direct heat.
  • Do not use dryer or a hair dryer directly.

Use shoe tree to hold shape

Wear socks

To Remove Winter Salt Stains

  • Before wet shoes completely, mix one cup of water and one tablespoon of distilled white vinegar.
  • Rub the salt stained area with the solution using a white cloth or cotton ball. The acetic acid in the vinegar will gently dissolve the salt.
  • Proceed with the water stain removal steps (see above).

To Remove Scuff Marks

  • Use an old toothbrush or a clean white towel to brush away the scuff. Do not rub too hard and follow the nap of the suede or sheepskin.
  • For tough scuffs and stains, use a suede and nubuck cleaner.
  • Finish by brushing the suede with a soft bristled brush.

Keep away from sunlight

Never store when damp

To Clean The Inside

  • Wipe down the inside with a solution of disinfecting cleaner (NOT CHLORINE BLEACH) and water.
  • Use an anti-fungal spray in case of fungus.
  • To remove odor, sprinkle 1/2 cup of baking soda into each shoe, and let them sit overnight.
    Empty out the baking soda before wearing.

Overall Cleaning

  • Use detergents specially made for cleaning leather.
  • Follow the directions carefully and shampoo your shoes.
  • Allow to slowly air dry. NO HEAT!

To Remove Oily Stains

  • Cover the oily stain with a layer of baby powder or cornstarch and let it sit for at least 24 to 48 hours. The powder will absorb the oil.
  • Brush away the powder with an old toothbrush.
  • Repeat the procedure to get all of the oily stain off the suede.

To Remove Water Stains

Note!! Excessive heat will cause hardening of leather and sunlight will cause fading and  “sunspot”.

  • When shoes get wet, use a white cloth or sponge dipped in clean, cold water and wet the footwear all over until they are evenly wet.
  • Do not soak.
  • stuff the damp shoes with a rolled white towel for shoes to hold their shape.
  • Don’t use a dark colored towel because dye might transfer.
  • Allow to air dry away from sunlight or direct heat.
  • Do not use dryer or a hair dryer directly.

To Remove Winter Salt Stains

  • Before wet shoes completely, mix one cup of water and one tablespoon of distilled white vinegar.
  • Rub the salt stained area with the solution using a white cloth or cotton ball. The acetic acid in the vinegar will gently dissolve the salt.
  • Proceed with the water stain removal steps (see above).

To Remove Scuff Marks

  • Use an old toothbrush or a clean white towel to brush away the scuff. Do not rub too hard and follow the nap of the suede or sheepskin.
  • For tough scuffs and stains, use a suede and nubuck cleaner.
  • Finish by brushing the suede with a soft bristled brush.

To Clean The Inside

  • Wipe down the inside with a solution of disinfecting cleaner (NOT CHLORINE BLEACH) and water.
  • Use an anti-fungal spray in case of fungus.
  • To remove odor, sprinkle 1/2 cup of baking soda into each shoe, and let them sit overnight.
    Empty out the baking soda before wearing.

Storage

  • Spray the sheepskin surface with Sheepskin Water & Stain Repellant evenly, until it appears wet but not soaked.Be sure to test it on a small area first as it may change the texture and color of the leather.
  • Never soak sheepskin footwear in water or stay wet for too long.This will loosen adhesives and cause the skins to become misshapen.
  • Never put sheepskin footwear in a direct heat or sunlight.
  • Never store when they are damp.
  • Even if the weather is dry, allow the shoes to air dry at least 24 hours after wearing to allow foot and body moisture to evaporate before storing away.
  • Always wear socks or tights with your sheepskin shoes to prevent interior soiling and to help prevent odors.
  • Use shoe trees or rolled up tissue paper to stuff footwear to help them hold their shape when not wearing.
  • Lightly brush in one direction with a very soft bristle suede-nubuck brush to raise the sheepskin nap and natural tracking.

Storage

  • Spray the sheepskin surface with Sheepskin Water & Stain Repellant evenly, until it appears wet but not soaked.Be sure to test it on a small area first as it may change the texture and color of the leather.
  • Never soak sheepskin footwear in water or stay wet for too long.This will loosen adhesives and cause the skins to become misshapen.
  • Never put sheepskin footwear in a direct heat or sunlight.
  • Never store when they are damp.
  • Even if the weather is dry, allow the shoes to air dry at least 24 hours after wearing to allow foot and body moisture to evaporate before storing away.
  • Always wear socks or tights with your sheepskin shoes to prevent interior soiling and to help prevent odors.
  • Use shoe trees or rolled up tissue paper to stuff footwear to help them hold their shape when not wearing.
  • Lightly brush in one direction with a very soft bristle suede-nubuck brush to raise the sheepskin nap and natural tracking.

How To Clean Sheepskin Coat / Vest ?

Use a damp cloth for spot cleaning

Pluck away debris

Apply corn starch to liquid spill

Use suede brush

Hang to dry

Blot dry with a towel

Avoid heat

Do not rub vigorously

Do not store in plastic/vinyl bag

Keep away from direct sunlight

Cleaning Small Spills

  • Use a damp cloth to clean up small spills.
  • Gently pluck any debris or dirt stains from the outside suede with tweezers.
  • Can also use a green cloth-brite pad to lightly rejuvenate the suede and remove dirt marks at the same time.

Cleaning liquid spots

  • Should be treated by applying a layer of corn starch directly onto the spot (just sprinkle directly onto the coat on top of the stain).
  • Let the corn starch sit for 1-2 days — the worse the stain, the longer you should let the corn starch sit.
  • Dust off the corn starch.
  • Use a suede brush to brush the nap of the suede.
  • Do not use a suede brush for napa finish sheepskin ; rather, rub lightly with a soft towel.

DO NOT DRY-CLEAN

  • Dry-cleaned is not recommended, as the treatment removes the garment’s natural oils.
  • Contact a leather and sheepskin specialty cleaner in case of extreme soiling or stains.

Drying (When It Gets Wet)

  • Sheepskin is water-resistant but not waterproof, try to avoid getting drenched.
  • If accidentally thoroughly wet, shake off the excess water or snow and blot dry with a clean towel.
  • Hang your garment to dry at room temperature, avoid any direct heat sources (such as a radiator, blow-dryer).
  • Do not vigorously rub a wet sheepskin garment, as that will force the moisture deep into the leather, to the detriment of the garment.
  • When thoroughly dry, use a suede brush to brush the nap of the suede.
  • Do not use a suede brush for napa finish sheepskin ; rather, rub lightly with a soft towel.
  • The inside shearling wool can be fluffed lightly with a wire dog brush.

Storage

Note!! Storing sheepskin in direct sunlight can cause fading and “sunspots.”

  • To preserve the shape of your sheepskin coat, simply place it on an oversize hanger when storing, drying, or just hanging in a closet overnight.
  • Always store your coat in a breathable garment bag to prevent it from drying out – DO NOT use vinyl or plastic.
  • Be sure to hang your sheepskin garments away from direct light sources of all kinds.

Use a damp cloth for spot cleaning

Pluck away debris

Cleaning Small Spills

  • Use a damp cloth to clean up small spills.
  • Gently pluck any debris or dirt stains from the outside suede with tweezers.
  • Can also use a green cloth-brite pad to lightly rejuvenate the suede and remove dirt marks at the same time.

Apply corn starch to liquid spill

Use suede brush

Cleaning liquid spots

  • Should be treated by applying a layer of corn starch directly onto the spot (just sprinkle directly onto the coat on top of the stain).
  • Let the corn starch sit for 1-2 days — the worse the stain, the longer you should let the corn starch sit.
  • Dust off the corn starch.
  • Use a suede brush to brush the nap of the suede.
  • Do not use a suede brush for napa finish sheepskin ; rather, rub lightly with a soft towel.

Hang to dry

Blot dry with a towel

Drying (When It Gets Wet)

  • Sheepskin is water-resistant but not waterproof, try to avoid getting drenched.
  • If accidentally thoroughly wet, shake off the excess water or snow and blot dry with a clean towel.
  • Hang your garment to dry at room temperature, avoid any direct heat sources (such as a radiator, blow-dryer).
  • Do not vigorously rub a wet sheepskin garment, as that will force the moisture deep into the leather, to the detriment of the garment.
  • When thoroughly dry, use a suede brush to brush the nap of the suede.
  • Do not use a suede brush for napa finish sheepskin ; rather, rub lightly with a soft towel.
  • The inside shearling wool can be fluffed lightly with a wire dog brush.

Avoid heat

Do not rub vigorously

DO NOT DRY-CLEAN

  • Dry-cleaned is not recommended, as the treatment removes the garment’s natural oils.
  • Contact a leather and sheepskin specialty cleaner in case of extreme soiling or stains.

Do not store in plastic/vinyl bag

Keep away from direct sunlight

Storage

Note!! Storing sheepskin in direct sunlight can cause fading and “sunspots.”

  • To preserve the shape of your sheepskin coat, simply place it on an oversize hanger when storing, drying, or just hanging in a closet overnight.
  • Always store your coat in a breathable garment bag to prevent it from drying out – DO NOT use vinyl or plastic.
  • Be sure to hang your sheepskin garments away from direct light sources of all kinds.