Even the most expensive high quality fur can’t withstand careless care. It isn’t enough to just pick the right fur; you also need to know how to properly care for it. In this article we complied a list of small things about fur that you probably didn't even think of.

During the process of wearing fur goods outside elements such as snow, rain, exhaust fumes, dirt, and sunlight contribute to “wear and tear” of the fur, and the loss of the fur’s fabulous appearance. Dirt and oil create harmful deposits that eventually contribute to the loss of fur hairs, causing thinning and bold spots.

It isn’t enough to only air out fur and remove dust. To maintain its original shine and look, fur needs to be cleaned and glazed from time to time. After fur cleaning and glazing fur goods are refreshed and renewed, allowing the shine and softness of a once new coat to return.

During storage dirty fur is more prone to hair loss and moth damage than clean fur.

If your fur garment has lost its shine, don’t worry. Your first thought probably involved a dry cleaning service, but you can go without it! Fur can easily be cleaned at home by using Lana's easy-to-use fur care solutions.

If your are an avid driver buying a long coat is advised against, this will save you a great deal of headaches and inconveniences. The best-suited garment for avid drivers is that of a shorter variety. Before entering the car and taking a seat the fur must be smoothed down, and after exiting the same must be repeated. Also, the fur could be removed and hanged in the back seat or thrown over the shoulders; this allows the fur to keep its shape and texture.

If you’ve purchased an expensive mink coat, you should refrain from using shoulder handbags. Handbags of this nature rub up against the fur causing bold spots. Also you would have to forgo some of your decorations and accessories. Different kind jewelry such brooches to coat and sharp necklaces can spoil fur, injuring its material.