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Caring for Ladies Leather Coats

Your ladies leather coats may be one of your favourite pieces of clothing article around because they are not just a practical outfit during the cold season, they also create a style on its own. Yet, they can easily get damaged if not properly taken care of. Here are some tips for your leather coat's leather care.

Before going out with your newly-bought leather coat, apply a layer of leather protector so that it will be waterproof. New ones are usually preconditioned, but you can always prevent it from getting damaged too easily. Look for conditioning products that do not have oil or wax in it because they can clog the leather, which needs to breathe.

If it gets wet, let it dry on its own on a towel without exposing it to heat or fans. When it is almost dry, apply leather conditioner onto it so that it remains flexible. Then, once it is completely dry, add another layer of the conditioner. Doing these is important to prevent moisture and mildew from damaging the leather.

Leather can also dry up easily and crack, so if you live in a dry area, you will especially need to frequently apply leather conditioner onto it. Likewise, you will still need to condition the leather if you live in a wet area, except that the conditioner should come with waterproofing chemical so that the leather is not only flexible, it also stays dry. Be sure to sponge salt onto the leather during the snowy season to prevent it from getting damaged.

Spillage is uncommon especially if you love to wear the coat out a lot. If you do spill something on it, use a gentle brush to get rid of the loose particles that may be stuck to it. Then, sponge it gently with warm water and a mild soap. Leave it to dry.

Now that you know how to care for your ladies leather coats, you will need to know how to store them as well. Because leather needs to breathe, you should keep them wrapped in a ventilated bag to protect dirt and dust from accumulating onto it. Do not keep them in nonporous bags otherwise the leather will get mouldy easily, nor do you fold them or the creases will stay.